- n the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
- n the quality of being physically deep
- n the extent downward or backward or inward
- n a low pitch that is loud and voluminous
- She flexes her rich, cutting voice like a whip; she lashes her listeners--in her words--"to the bone, for deepness.
- She flexes her rich, cutting voice like a whip; she lashes her listeners in her words"to the bone, for deepness.
- Here creativity appears because it transmits the viewer to a live wall sculpturing through the reflected light on work, so it gives unreal deepness (sight Illusion).
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What's the most beautiful word in the English language? Different people, using various criteria, will give a slew of answers. Surveying more than 7,000 English-speakers in 46 countries, the British Council decided on " mother " — an unglamorous word yet one that conveys comfort and the deepness of human relationships. Others on their list include concepts, like "liberty" and "tranquility," or ...
March 20, 2014 - Business Insider
- Dusty Baker in MLB.com
I would rather use him in right field here because of the short porch and DH [Adam] Dunn because of the deepness of left,said Baker, "but Griffey has been sick, and the doctor recommended the most he could probably do was DH."
- Christine Lagarde in www.worldbulletin.net
Our economic relations saw a fairly minimal fallout from the global crisis in 2009 when compared to the rest of the world. And we saw an increase in the first quarter of 2010. This is a proof to the deepness and quality of our relations,...
- Dmitry Medvedev in The Moscow Times
Analyzing the experience of modern history, we can fully understand the deepness and actuality of Sakharov's ideas,Medvedev said in a letter to human rights groups gathered for a conference dedicated to Sakharov, the Nobel-winning nuclear...