What can we say of this ? Now this question will be answered in the wrong way if we forget the qualifications , forced upon us by the adoption of Wittgenstein 's notion of language-games , which permeate the implications of such talk about dumb animals . Frey would solve the problem in the following manner : Recognition (t) involves certain beliefs ; specifically , that the object has been previously encountered , that we are not imagining it , and so on . But only a self-conscious user of language could be capable of this . So animals are incapable of recognition . Now Regan 's response to this , exemplified in the imbecile 's fear , would be to insist that since ordinary usage almost seems to demand that we describe that unfortunate as recognising a snake , and because this is only possible of someone who holds the necessary beliefs , then he must hold them somehow and somewhere . This , as we saw , will not do .
bncdoc.id ECJ David Lee's classification W_instructional bncdoc.authorbncdoc.date 1992-19-19 bncdoc.title Do It Yourself. bncdoc.info Do It Yourself. Sample containing about 30759 words from a periodical (domain: applied science) Text availability Ownership has not been claimed Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
Now(a) let's imagine you are the noisy neighbour : you could turn the TV or radio volume down ; you could stop slamming doors ; and you could stop the children chasing around the house and shouting to each other : but that 's asking you to change your life-style completely , and it 's not really feasible . You could be expected to do some of these things , but not all . Since we 're imagining that you 're a co-operative noisy neighbour , here are some of the steps you can take to reduce the noise nuisance . Apart from teaching the children to be quiet , and to wear slippers and not heavy shoes in the house , you could lay carpet and thick underlay over the floors and up the stairs . this will reduce the impact noise , and also help absorb airborne loud conversation . Thick curtains and other soft furnishings will also help absorb airborne noises .
bncdoc.id B3J David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Pickernell, Ray bncdoc.date 1988 bncdoc.title Yanto's summer. bncdoc.info Yanto's summer. Sample containing about 46508 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
By then , anything could happen . At least it gave him time to try and talk some sense into her . But deep down he had the feeling that sooner or later , he would have to face the big wave with her . Then she jumped up . ` Come on , ' she chirped , ` give me a lift home on the famous motorbike . I must see how Mummy is . ' She chatted into his ear all the way back to the big house(a) , but he stayed silent . He was imagining himself sitting in a tiny Kayak in the middle of the Severn looking up at a wall of water , anything from six to nine feet high depending on conditions , bearing down on him at twelve miles an hour and making more noise than a fast approaching train . ` I must be bloody mad , ' he groaned to himself . He dropped Julie off at the house , then continued on to Stone to change the accumulator . Selwyn would be ready by the time he returned .
bncdoc.id GWH David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author West, Clare bncdoc.date 1992 bncdoc.title Wuthering Heights: Oxford Bookworms edition. bncdoc.info Wuthering Heights: Oxford Bookworms edition. Sample containing about 19839 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
` Oh , he 's dead , Heathcliff ! He 's dead ! ' Heathcliff and I started crying loudly and bitterly too . Joseph told me to fetch the doctor , so I ran to the village , although I knew it was too late . When I came back(a) , I went to the children 's room , to see if they needed me , and I listened for a moment at their door . They were imagining the dead man in a beautiful distant place , far from the troubles of this world . And as I listened , crying silently , I could not help wishing we were all there safe together . Catherine Earnshaw gets to know the Lintons 1775 HINDLEY CAME HOME for his father 's burial . What was more surprising was that he brought a wife with him . She was called Frances , a thin pale woman with a frequent cough .
bncdoc.id H94 David Lee's classification W_fict_prose bncdoc.author Wood, Sara bncdoc.date 1993 bncdoc.title Mask of deception. bncdoc.info Mask of deception. Sample containing about 58450 words from a book (domain: imaginative) Text availability Worldwide rights cleared Publication date 1985-1993 Text type Written books and periodicals
` I can . You once let out the fact that you wished you were free of the burdens your family placed on you . Well , I 'm relieving you of one . ' She wriggled out of his astonished grasp and headed for the door . ` What are you doing ? ' he whispered , his face chalk-white . ` Leaving you , ' she said haughtily . ` You ca n't ! ' he whispered . ` They 're expecting us to return .(t) They 're imagining we 're making love -- ' ` Well , they could n't be more wrong , could they ? ' she said coldly . ` Goodbye , Lucenzo . ' ` Meredith ! ' he said sharply . ` I do want to marry you -- ' ` Just because the whole of Venice is in a headlong flight from reality , it does n't mean that you have to act stupidly . Oh , you 'll find someone else . You 've already perfected the tests . '