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Hyaline; vitreous; glasslike, smooth, and shiny.
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Por su parte, Henry Glassie (1975: 11) afirmaba que "las recurrencias [en la cultura material] no pueden ser explicadas unicamente atendiendo a la conciencia, porque el patron historico es producto tanto del insconsciente como de la consciencia".
With a degree in folklore and folklife from the University of Pennsylvania in progress, Henry Glassie theorized that this concentration on orality and performance had an American background in contrast to a European orientation toward culture and repeated social, non-performative practices that are "culminations of culturally determined know-how," such as plowing, building, and crafting (Glassie 1968, 5).
Other exceptional "heavy" bombers suited to deeper water are hybrid swimming designs such as the Sebile Spin Shad, River2Sea Glassie Vibe and Diver Vibe, plus bladebaits such as the Sebile Vibrato and Vibrations Tackle Echotail.
Continuando con Glassie y el tema de la indiferencia historica hacia esta arquitectura comun, el deja claro que cuando esta indiferencia se convierte en interes, dicha arquitectura se puede empezar a llamar vernacula: "el termino marca la transicion entre lo desconocido y lo conocido [entre lo no estudiado y lo estudiado]".
Cashman's work builds on the work of the American folklorist Henry Glassie in Ballymenone, a rural district in neighboring County Fermanagh.
If as Henry Glassie stated history is "a map of the past drawn to be useful to the present traveler" then Ewald has created a tool for all of us to more fully understand our civic duties.
Henry Glassie, Material Culture (Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana University press), 1999, 41.
Henry Glassie, too, has pondered on the symbolic vacancy of traditional culture, including music.
RAMS: Tom Colleran, Bryn Powell, Chris Langley, Chris Hall, Austin Buchanan, Ryan Smith, Liam Finn, Aaron Trinder, Pat Walker, Dominic Maloney, Chris Charles, Taran Wildey, Tere Glassie.
Vernacular Architecture in the Twenty-First Century: Theory, Education and Practice (London: Taylor & Francis, 2006); Henry Glassie, Vernacular Architecture (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000)
In 2006, Hubka received the Henry Glassie Award for special achievement in the field of vernacular architecture for his 2003 book "Resplendent Synagogue: Architecture and Worship in Eighteenth Century Polish Community.
Thy Thulys Amber, with the Ocean Pearles; The Tritons, Heards-men of the glassie Field, Shall give Thee what farre-distant Shores can yeeld, The Serean Fleeces, Erythrean Gemmes, Vaste Platas Silver, Gold of Peru Streames, Antarticke Parrots, Aethiopian Plumes, Sabaean Odours, Myrrhe, and sweet Perfumes.