At this moment, however, the presence of Madame Servin produced an interlude in the drama thus played below the surface in these various young hearts, the sentiments, ideas, and progress of which were expressed by phrases that were almost allegorical, by mischievous glances, by gestures, by silence even, more intelligible than words.
The two young girls then looked at each other fixedly, in silence.
It offers a phenomenological approach to silence
and posits two dimensions of silence
: disruptive silence
and healing silence
Davyd Betchkal, Soundscape Technician for the National Park Service, in Patrick Shen's In Pursuit of Silence
The notion of silence
in Christianity struck me as odd when I saw it on the new books' shelf of my local library.
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In this way, silence
becomes the theatre of memory.
at first glance seems to be another teen coming-of-age novel as Staci's father remarries and her new stepmother returns her to her alcoholic mother in the dying small Maine town of Silence
The "right to silence
" figures prominently in both criminal procedure and popular culture about the criminal justice system, but neither silence
itself nor any such right actually exists.
In an organizational context, silence
is described as intentionally withholding job-related concerns and opinions (Van Dyne, Ang, & Botero, 2003).
Whether I am teaching or tutoring, I cannot stand to let silence
rule the air.
Now there was a great wind, so strong that it was splitting mountains and breaking rocks in pieces before the Lord, but the Lord was not in the wind; and after the wind an earthquake, but the Lord was not in the earthquake; and after the earthquake, a lire, but the Lord was not in the lire; and after the lire a sound of sheer silence
(i Kings: 19: nb-12).