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Google previewPoetic Gesture (2013)

Myth, Wallace Stevens, and the Desirous Motions of Poetic Language by Kristine S. Santilli

But the differences between gesture and synecdoche are two: a gesture is an intention and also a motion. Further, a gesture is a bodily intention, that is. the intention of the body's desire toward its object. That intention imbues the body with a ...

Google previewThe Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology (2015)

by Nancy Bonvillain

a gesture is a discrete bodily act by which some social meaning is conveyed: bowing the head, winking, nodding; (c) a gesture is any act that conveys social meanings of the kind body gestures ...

Google previewDoctrine and Experience (1988)

Essays in American Philosophy by Vincent G. Potter

A gesture is an act or a part of the behavior of an animal.

Google previewArchitecture, Language, Critique (2000)

Around Paul Engelmann by Judith Bakacsy, A. V. Munch, A. -L. Sommer

The answer to a gesture is a direct answer and an answer to the gesture itself A gesture answering a gesture does not, if it is the right answer, need further confirmation. An answer to a gesture is a direct, immediate reaction. If a musical phrase ...

Google previewThe Paradoxical Foundation of Strategic Management (2007)

by Andreas Rasche

A gesture is an expressive act of courtesy and respect to ...

Google previewThe Gestural Origin of Language (2007)

by David F. Armstrong, Sherman E. Wilcox

which follows Studdert-Kennedy's statement that “a gesture is a functional unit, an equivalence class of coordinated movements ...

Google previewTrust, Social Relations and Engagement (2012)

Understanding Customer Behaviour on the Web by D. Padua

A gesture is an action that generates a reaction. The theoryofmind (Mead,1934) goesdeeply into the mechanism of sharing, interpreting itas a process of reflection of another person or persons' attitudes toward one's own gesture. Specifically ...

Google previewSigns, Search and Communication (1993)

Semiotic Aspects of Artificial Intelligence by René J. Jorna, Barend van Heusden

A gesture is an expression where the expressed state of the sign producer is an intention to produce another event.

Google previewFlash Mobile: Leveraging Custom iPhone and Android Interface Calls with ActionScript (2012)

by Matthew David

A gesture is a term where you use two or more fingers simultaneously on the screen. Common gestures include: • Two-finger tap • Pinch and zoom • Rotate • Swipe Each of these actions can be duplicated in Flash for use on your Android or ...

Google previewMicrosoft Windows 8: Essential (2013)

by Steven Freund, Raymond Enger, Corinne Hoisington

A gesture is a motion you make on a touch screen with the tip of one or more fingers or your hand. Touch screens are convenient because they do not require a separate device for input. Table 1–1 presents common ways to interact with a ...

Google previewBusiness Communication (2013)

by Rittik Chandra

Gestures: A gesture is a movement of the head, hands or legs to expressan idea, feeling oremotions. Body Movements: Body movements refer to the positioningor movement ofthe body. Posture: Posture meansthe way inwhich someone ...

Google previewActions and Words (1997)

Symbolic Language and the Liturgy by Antonio Donghi

Such a gesture is a concrete sign of a heart that adores.

Google previewAgency and Embodiment (2010)

by Carrie Noland

Gesturing is a motor phenomenon and therefore part of the natural world; at the same time, a gesture is a unit of significant, visible shape, a quantity of employable force, and therefore part of the cultural world. It is by gesturing that bodies ...

Google previewWords And Gestures In The Liturgy (2009)

by Antonio Donghi

Such a gesture is a concrete sign of a heart that adores. The rejoicing of our spirit brings to life the posture of the elders ...

Google previewMusical Performance (2010)

A Comprehensive Approach: Theory, Analytical Tools, and Case Studies by Guerino Mazzola

A gesture is a map g from ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (2001)

Volume 70 - Supplement 33 by Allen Kent

To help illustrate this, consider a gesture operating solely on a single entity or object.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Media and Communication (2013)

by Marcel Danesi

Such a gesture is a kind of 'spatial drawing movement.' If the movements of the hands during gesture are transferred by some drawing instrument onto some surface, the referent of the gesture will be transferred to the surface as a visual figure.

Google previewThe International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, 3 Volume Set (2015)

by Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel

Minimally, a gesture can be an inflection of an instrumental act—enlargement, partial or complete repetition, and so on: A physical (“instrumental”) act is elaborated so as to become transparent to another person. More commonly, a gesture, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Behavioral Neuroscience, Three-Volume Set, 1- 3 (2010)

Most importantly, at least a second trial should be systematically proposed after failure to process a gesture, in order to ensure the consistency of the observed deficit. Indeed, many examiners overlook the fact that apparently apraxic errors ...

Google previewA Concise Etymological Dictionary of the English Language (1885)

by Walter William Skeat

gesticulus, a gesture, ...

Google previewChambers School Dictionary

and cite sight-reading noun playing or singing from music that has not been seen previously sightseeing noun visiting the chief buildings, monuments etc of a place sign noun 1 a mark with a special meaning, a symbol 2 a gesture leg a nod , ...

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Every gesture is a gesture from the blood, every expression a symbolic utterance... Everything is of the blood, of the senses. (Henry Williamson)
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