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Page 18 of Illinois Quarterly Vol. 32, Issue 4 [page]

1970 Illinois Quarterly  
(II,i,146-147) The love perturbations of Oberon and Titania are re- flected on the human level in the love perturbations of De- metrius and Helena.  ...  At this point Oberon’s plea that Titania submit on the basis of her femininity and as a matter of reason has been unsuccessful.  ... 

Page 448 of Foreign Quarterly and Westminster Review Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1828 Foreign Quarterly and Westminster Review  
On the beauties of detail which the Oberon contains, on its enchanting ease of style (an ease, be it observed, which is pro- duced by the most laborious revision, for the Oberon was four times written  ...  Many of these slight blemishes are the more to be regretted, be- cause we perceive with how little injury to the beauties of the poem, they might have been corrected; others go deeper into the essence  ... 

Page 197 of Notes and Queries Vol. 7, Issue 167 [page]

1901 Notes and Queries  
\gain, at Bagdad in the rollowing year, 22 July, 1401, he erected a pyramid of ninety in ‘ESSENCI ve MALON} — lL. 455 thousand heads on the ruins of the city “Another Essence of Malone; or, the| [t is  ...  Wieland’s * Oberon,’ canto ii. stanzas 49, the cadhis of the city, the streets of Aleppo| 50.  ... 

Page 359 of Modern Language Quarterly Vol. 1, Issue 3 [page]

1940 Modern Language Quarterly  
In addition to Oberon, Brown had read a series of critical articles on Christoph Martin Wieland’s Samliche Werke in The Monthly Review, and he had learned from Baron Johann Kaspar Riesbeck’s Travels Through  ...  David Lee Clark asserts that Brown’s earliest extant diaries reflect “the very essence of Wertherism .. . the German sentimentalists were his daily companions.”* A query to Clark brought the answer that  ... 

Page 127 of The Knickerbocker Vol. 39, Issue 2 [page]

1852 The Knickerbocker  
. | Oberon and Titania. 127 ling is a cherished memento of a dear mortal with whom she once sported on the ‘ yellow sands,’ ‘ marking the embarked traders on the flood,’ and laughing to ‘see the sails  ...  He is mischievousness itself; the very essence of roguishness.  ... 

Page 384 of The Musical Quarterly Vol. 14, Issue 3 [page]

1928 The Musical Quarterly  
384 The Musical Quarterly Genii in Oberon).!  ...  Despite their example, and for reasons deriving from the very essence of Weber’s art, together with difficulties of staging and the virtual impossibility of interesting (without mutilating the score) the  ... 

Page 138 of Theatrical Journal Vol. 2, Issue 72 [page]

1841 Theatrical Journal  
the surrounding sky ; truly, these two scenes are the mest beauti- ful of their kind ever seen on the stage; it seems if the poet had des- cended from high Olympus, and throwing his own essence into the  ...  poem goes on, the fairy quarrel is continued, the mortals love, and the fairy influence over it; Puck flies away ; Oberon, waving his wand, melts with the scene from our sight, and leaves a forest glade  ... 

Page 477 of Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine Vol. 11, Issue 71 [page]

1874 Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine  
The third of the se- ries of what are known as the ‘‘ Oberon Ex- riments” has taken place.  ...  starboard beam of the Oberon, which was moored off Fort Monkton.  ... 

Page 604 of Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art Vol. 13, Issue 77 [page]

1828 Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art  
On the beauties of detail which the Oberon contains, on its enchanting ease of style (an ease, be it observed, which is produeed by the most laborious revision, for the Oberon was four times written before  ...  Many of these slight blemishes are the more to be re- gretted because we perceive with how little injury to the beauties of the poem, they might have been corrected; others go deeper into the essence of  ... 

Page 328 of ELH Vol. 27, Issue 4 [page]

1960 ELH  
In essence, while acknowledging that the rhythm of decay and rebirth in the universe is a relentless process of nature, the protagonist persists in his belief that he can transcend the intermediate stage  ...  Truly, a small abode—mere palanquin, set down on the summit, in a pass between two worlds, participant of neither.”  ... 

Page 1065 of PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America Vol. 62, Issue 4 [page]

1947 PMLA. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
This heart is located in “the key passage”’ on “fellowship with essence” (p. 121), the thought of which can be rendered thus: Highest happiness comes of gradually losing one’s self in the divine spirit  ...  The essential, or ideal, beauty which the imagination seizes is truth, for it is an attribute of God, or Original Essence.*8 The most recent book on Keats (Werner Beyer, Keats and the Daemon King, New  ... 

Page 400 of Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts Vol. 1, Issue 5 [page]

1833 Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts  
The very minds that are sometimes offended at the result of an abstract perception of the beauty of the naked figure, and an extension of poetical feeling on ground that is often equivocal, bow with respect  ...  We have now an equal pleasure in adverting to the claim on distinction advanced by Mr.  ... 

Page 166 of Musical World Vol. 35, Issue 11 [page]

1857 Musical World  
Weber's genius seemed to have concentrated the essence.  ...  To-day it has a new claim on us, and has acquire a right to the gratitude of the musical world and of true artists. Its revelation of Oberon will be accounted as a real mark of honour for it.  ... 

Page 10 of Dwight's Journal of Music, a Paper of Art and Literature Vol. 11, Issue 2 [page]

1857 Dwight's Journal of Music, a Paper of Art and Literature  
which Weber's genius seemed to have concen- trated the essence.  ...  Lastly, a most original waltz, and the final chorus on the apotheosis of Oberon com- plete this magnificent score.  ... 

Emulating an operating system on top of another

Michael Franz
1993 Software, Practice & Experience  
This software interface provides the services of one operating system (Oberon) on a machine running a different operating system (Macintosh), by mapping the functions of the first onto equivalent calls  ...  In conclusion, we relate some of the lessons learned and propose guidelines for similar engineering projects. key words: Software engineering Operating systems Software portability Oberon Macintosh  ...  In hindsight, we would like to formulate the lessons that we have learned, the essence of 'engineering common sense', so to speak, into seven general guidelines.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spe.4380230607 fatcat:eoubqrudnbc5fmtxwdps44l3ja
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