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sensorial

 [sen-sor´e-al]
pertaining to the sensorium.

sen·so·ri·al

(sen-sō'rē-ăl),
Relating to the sensorium.

sensorial

/sen·so·ri·al/ (sen-sor´e-al) pertaining to the sensorium.

sensorial

(sĕn-sôr′ē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to sensations or sensory impressions.

sen·so′ri·al·ly adv.

sen·so·ri·al

(sen-sōr'ē-ăl)
Relating to the sensorium.

sen·so·ri·al

(sen-sōr'ē-ăl)
Relating to the sensorium.

sensorial

pertaining to the sensorium.
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Thus, faith is a subjective but shared experience that is not only known but felt and thus can be incorporated in all dimensions of one's life: only when thinking sensorially is it possible to understand the immediacy and over-whelmingness of faith.
We select the raw materials and examine the formulations for minimum possible odor emissions, thereby affording sensorially optimized prints.
Weick (1979) explains that although metaphors are only partially complete representations of reality, as are models, metaphors provide three benefits: (1) metaphors provide a compact version of an event without the need to spell out all the details; (2) they enable people to predicate characteristics which are unnameable; and (3) they are closer to perceived experience, more vivid emotionally, sensorially, and cognitively.
neither seen nor sensorially heard), once a grid-of-habit has suggested an extra-intellectual experiencing of it (of a spiritual inventory, so to speak) it, then thoroughly composed, can engender an aesthetic experience, i.
Special housing often is established for particular needs/risks and includes security threat groups (STG) and spousal/child abusers, and specifically for DWI offenders in Arizona, as a social skills development unit in Michigan for those with adaptive functioning problems, and for sensorially disabled inmates in New York.
Unreliability "depends upon both sensorially perceived information located in the text and extratextual conceptual information located in the reader's mind" (476).
An empirical demonstration of the case-management approach to rehabilitation of multiply sensorially disabled clients.
Sensorially Trial A appeared much too sweet, whilst Trial B was almost equivalent to a standard ice cream.
Eligibility criteria varied by type of disability: LD children were identified based on a discrepancy between intelligence and achievement; MR children, based on intelligence and adaptive behavior; ED and BD children, based on intellectual, academic and behavioral indexes; and sensorially impaired children, based on assessments of sensory acuity and academic needs.
3] Methyl fumarate-treated samples were sensorially indistinguishable from that of their nitrite-cured counterparts.
The result is his brand of site-specific installation art, in which quirkily arranged text, paintings by other Beninese artists, tourist-quality "African" sculptures, and found objects from local flea markets proliferate in immersive, sensorially taxing environments.
The pitaya gel products were sensorially pleasant at these acid concentrations.