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Covers the corrosion similar difficulties inherent within the numerous ideas of waste disposal which can end result from diverse geological stipulations of the host formations.
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Others high on the list were the opening eight bars of Albinoni’s Adagio, and the opening chorus of Bach’s St Matthew Passion. The opening melodic line of Albinoni’s Adagio contains three appoggiaturas in the first seven notes. 47 It is said that the deaf Beethoven was reduced to tears by reading through the score of the Cavatina from his own String Quartet, op. 130. According to James Elkins, whose book Pictures and Tears analysed people’s responses to paintings, Mark Rothko was the only 20th-century painter who accepted the notion that people might cry on viewing his pictures.
But if it is a modern fake, if it is something that is not really old, he fails to weep. And so, when they want to know whether an archaeological piece is really old, they take it to the old archaeologist. If he weeps, they buy the piece for the museum. 34 Here is William James (1842–1910) on aesthetics: ‘In listening to poetry, drama or heroic narrative we are often surprised at the cutaneous shiver which like a sudden wave flows over us, and at the heart swelling and the lacrymal effusion that unexpectedly catches us at intervals.
Tears are composed of water, mucin, proteins, ions, glucose, enzymes, lipids, urea, and a number of other chemicals. They have an important biological function, namely to keep the eyeball moist, especially to prevent drying of the cornea (which could lead to blindness) and to ward off infection. Blinking ensures the spread of the fluid across the eye, and when the eyeball is irritated, the fluid output from the Lachrymal glands, which secrete tears, increases. In the human eye, there are many such glands: one main one and several subsidiary ones scattered around the conjunctiva, the transparent membrane that provides a protective cover to the eyes and eyelids.