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  • Unfortunately, despite the anthropomorphic design job, the Hangman's legs were positioned farther apart, he lacked human skeletal muscles, not to mention insteps, and he was possessed of a lot more mass than any man I had ever fought.†   (source)
  • Many other details of life and local custom are similarly duplicated, interpreted, and thus validated, in the details of the anthropomorphic idols.†   (source)
  • This is the anthropomorphic personification of the power of generation, the Mighty Living One, as it is called in the Kabbala.†   (source)
  • The bringing together of the two great symbols of the meeting with the goddess and the fire theft reveals with simplicity and clarity the status of the anthropomorphic powers in the realm of myth.†   (source)
  • In Christianity, Mohammedanism, and Judaism, however, the personality of the divinity is taught to be final—which makes it comparatively difficult for the members of these communions to understand how one may go beyond the limitation, of their own anthropomorphic divinity.†   (source)
  • Not his personal fate, but the fate of mankind, of life as a whole, the atom and all the solar systems, has been opened to him; and this in terms befitting his human understanding; that is to say, in terms of an anthropomorphic vision: the Cosmic Man.†   (source)
  • Anthropomorphic as she was, she stimulated him into appreciating things thus, and then they lived for her.†   (source)
  • London is religion's opportunity—not the decorous religion of theologians, but anthropomorphic, crude.†   (source)
  • Jehovah was anthropomorphic because he could address himself to the Jews only in terms of their understanding; so he was conceived as in their own image, as a cloud, a pillar of fire, a tangible, physical something which the mind of the Israelites could grasp.†   (source)
  • But affliction makes opposing forces loom anthropomorphous; and those ideas were now exchanged for a sense of Jude and herself fleeing from a persecutor.†   (source)
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