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- Working with the elements
- Four is the number of the physical universe. Both the square and the cross are symbols of material life in the three-dimensional world. The horizontal line of the cross symbolizes time, and the vertical one depicts space. The corners of the square and the...
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- Likely nominee Donald Trump crafts his choleric coalition
- Led by a demagogue with an instinctive genius for exploiting discontent and deepening the chasms that divide us.
- Carnal Conversations in Antony and Cleopatra
- When we discuss humoral theory, we usually focus on four fluids and their influence on temperaments: blood (associated with a sanguine temperament), black bile (melancholic), yellow bile (choleric), and phlegm (phlegmatic).
- The poetic power of Patrick Hamilton's pubs
- There followed a page of desiccated jollity about how Colonels, especially retired Colonels, have such a terrible reputation for being 'peppery' or 'choleric' that saintly Colonels living meekly in boarding houses are unfairly tarred with the same brush.
- Review: Andreas Staier on the Harpsichord, Coaxing Gravity and Gloom
- Andreas Staier's harpsichord recital at the Frick Collection on Sunday evening was easy to respect but sometimes hard to love. Mr.
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