Overheard in Seville 2004

... On 26 October Santayana gave a lecture for which 26 OVER HEARD IN SEVILLE.



Publisher: Santayana Edition


Category: Philosophy

Page: 42

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An annual publication, Overheard in Seville: Bulletin of the George Santayana Society includes scholarly articles on George Santayana as well as announcements of publications and meetings pertaining to Santayana Scholarship.

New York Law Review

650 , the opinion expressly states : " The witness was a mere by - stander , and casually overheard conversation , not addressed to him nor intended for his ear , but which the client and attorney meant to have respected as private and ...




ISBN: UIUC:30112021381907

Category: Law


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A Single Petal

But I thought I'd findouta few things myself, didn't I? See,I overheard this big fellow with a white tiger tattooed on the back of his hand...” “Mouth open... tail out... like it's about to leap on its prey.


Author: Oliver Eade

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 9781907203480

Category: Fiction

Page: 241

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Winner of the Local Legend Spiritual Writing Competition,this is unique among MBS books, a genuinely exciting page-turner.It is at once a murder mystery, a political thriller and a passionate love story, with truly human characters - complex, courageous and flawed. Beautifully written with acute attention to historical and cultural detail, this narrative is relevant to every one of us today, exploring the strength and the fallibility of the human spirit.

The English Reports Nisi Prius 1688 1867

What a prisoner is overheard to say to his wife , or even what he is overheard to say to himself , is receivable in evidence against him on a charge of felony . ) [ S. C. 2 Nev . & M. M. C. 598. ] Burning . – The prisoner was charged ...




ISBN: STANFORD:36105062865337

Category: Law reports, digests, etc


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Murder at the Seaview Hotel

Her thoughts were churning like the waves out at sea. And as she ran through the argument that she'd overheard between Brian and Miriam, going over each sentence, every word she could recall, another piece of the puzzle appeared ...


Author: Glenda Young

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781472285652

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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'I loved this warm, humorous and involving whodunnit with its host of engaging characters and atmospheric Scarborough setting' CLARE CHASE 'Just the heart-warming tonic readers need right now. Endearing characters, intriguing twists and one very cute canine' HELEN COX Meet Helen Dexter - proprietor of the Seaview Hotel, and now, with the help of her trusty greyhound Suki, amateur detective . . . This unputdownable whodunnit is perfect for fans of Julia Chapman's Dales Detective Agency, Richard Osman's The Thursday Murder Club and Betty Rowlands. ....................................................................................... In the charming Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough, a murder is nothing to sing about . . . After the death of her husband Tom, Helen Dexter is contemplating her future as the now-sole proprietor of the Seaview Hotel. There's an offer from a hotel chain developer to consider, but also a booking from a group of twelve Elvis impersonators, a singing troupe called Twelvis. Tom loved Elvis and for Helen this is a sign that she should stay. But the series of mysterious events which follow, suggests that the developer is not going to give up easily. Then, shortly after Twelvis arrive, one of the group disappears. His body is found floating in a lake, with his blue suede shoes missing. Could the two be connected? With the reputation of the Seaview on the line, Helen isn't going to wait for the murderer to strike again. With her trusty greyhound Suki by her side, she decides to find out more about her guests and who wanted to make sure this Elvis never sang again. ....................................................................................... What readers and reviewers are saying about Murder at the Seaview Hotel: 'This cosy crime mystery will leave you all shook up!' The People's Friend 'An engaging murder mystery . . . an original and amusing hook which Glenda Young skilfully uses . . . to spin some intriguing plot twists' The Recs 'A wholly entertaining mystery . . . a fun plot and plenty of wry humour' 5* reader review 'Keeps you guessing . . . right till the end. A fantastic read that I didn't want to put down, beautifully written and amazing plot and characters' 5* reader review 'I cannot rate this cosy mystery highly enough. Wonderful characters, beautiful setting and an excellent story' 5* reader review 'A terrific tale' 5* reader review 'A fantastic start to a new series . . . definitely a book you cannot put down' 5* reader review Helen and Suki return in Curtain Call at the Seaview Hotel - coming soon! Love Glenda Young's cosy crime? Don't miss her acclaimed Ryhope-set sagas, Belle of the Back Streets, The Tuppenny Child, Pearl of Pit Lane, The Girl with the Scarlet Ribbon, The Paper Mill Girl and The Miner's Lass.

Truth Trust and Medicine

There are risks , of course : one may be overheard – like the patient being anaesthetised who happened to overhear the surgeon saying , “ Now , where's my lucky scalpel ? ' And , unforgivably , the patient who overheard her nurse ...


Author: Jennifer C. Jackson

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415185475

Category: Medical

Page: 172

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Investigates trust and honesty in medicine and the doctor-patient relationship, raising questions of patients' autonomy and self-determination. Of interest to those working in medical ethics and applied philosophy, and for medical practitioners.

Bible Music

Quite early in the opening of James Grahame's once popular poem , which still has readers north of the Tweed , there is a picture of a sick man on his couch , whose ear is gladdened by overheard notes of the church organ , swelling into ...


Author: Francis Jacox


ISBN: NYPL:33433082181789

Category: Music

Page: 330

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Attention Equals Life

The success of Overheard in New York has spawned a series of companion sites: Overheard in the Office, Overheard at the Beach, and Overheard Everywhere. 4. See Iyer (“Joy of Quiet”), Toohey (“Thrill of Boredom”), Tugend (“Plugged-In ...


Author: Andrew Epstein

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780190631727

Category: Literary Criticism


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Poetry has long been thought of as a genre devoted to grand subjects, timeless themes, and sublime beauty. Why, then, have contemporary poets turned with such intensity to documenting and capturing the everyday and mundane? Drawing on insights about the nature of everyday life from philosophy, history, and critical theory, Andrew Epstein traces the modern history of this preoccupation and considers why it is so much with us today. Attention Equals Life argues that a potent hunger for everyday life explodes in the post-1945 period as a reaction to the rapid, unsettling transformations of this epoch, which have resulted in a culture of perilous distraction. Epstein demonstrates that poetry is an important, and perhaps unlikely, cultural form that has mounted a response, and even a mode of resistance, to a culture suffering from an acute crisis of attention. In this timely and engaging study, Epstein examines why a compulsion to represent the everyday becomes predominant in the decades after modernism and why it has so often sparked genre-bending formal experimentation. With chapters devoted to illuminating readings of a diverse group of writers--including poets associated with influential movements like the New York School, language poetry, and conceptual writing--the book considers the variety of forms contemporary poetry of everyday life has taken, and analyzes how gender, race, and political forces all profoundly inflect the experience and the representation of the quotidian. By exploring the rise of experimental realism as a poetic mode and the turn to rule-governed "everyday-life projects," Attention Equals Life offers a new way of understanding a vital strain at the heart of twentieth- and twenty-first century literature. It not only charts the evolution of a significant concept in cultural theory and poetry, but also reminds readers that the quest to pay attention to the everyday within today's frenetic world of smartphones and social media is an urgent and unending task.