Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. emanatio,: cf. F. émanation,
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. emanāre, -ātum—e, out from, manāre, to flow.
She could feel, beating upon her, the emanating waves of his personality.
"Hilda Lessways" by Arnold Bennett
A charm emanated from them which brought back all hearts to them.
"Doctor Pascal" by Emile Zola
This I believe to be the case with the scheme of emanation in Plotinus.
"Coleridge's Literary Remains, Volume 4." by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Dark hints emanated from him at these times concerning a surprise in store for her at no distant date, hints which were at once explained away in a most unsatisfactory manner when she became too pressing in her inquiries.
"At Sunwich Port, Complete" by W.W. Jacobs
The invitations will be issued ostensibly by me, but they will really emanate from you.
"Phantom Fortune, A Novel" by M. E. Braddon
The worthy Germans, who think everything excellent that does not emanate from themselves, copy this custom most conscientiously.
"A Woman's Journey Round the World" by Ida Pfeiffer
Yet, who could say that harm did not emanate from that bar?
"The Expedition of the Donner Party and its Tragic Fate" by Eliza Poor Donner Houghton
He decided that it was not beauty, in the strictest sense of the word, but a sort of radiance which emanated from her like an aura.
"Bambi" by Marjorie Benton Cooke
Force of character, overmastering personality, emanation of sheer will, she could not say in what terms it should be described.
"Big Timber" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
Antipathy derives its origin from the opposition of spiritual spheres which emanate from subjects, 171.
"The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love" by Emanuel Swedenborg
Like a bridegroom the sun
Dons his robe that is spun
Which from Thee emanated
Yet in no wise abated
"The Sun" by Shlomo ibn Gabirol
Ye stars! whose faint and feeble fires
Express my languishing desires,
Whose slender beams pervade the skies,
As silent as my secret sighs,
Those emanations of a soul,
That darts her fires beyond the Pole;
"The Secrets Of Divine Love Are To Be Kept" by William Cowper
Therefore, holiday makers, I'd have ye resort
To Newport on the braes o' the Tay for sport,
And inhale the pure air with its sweet perfume,
Emanating from the flowery gardens of Newport and the yellow broom.
"Beautiful Newport on the Braes o' the Silvery Tay" by William Topaz McGonagall
Morningside is lovely and charming to be seen;
The gardens there are rich with flowers and shrubberies green
And sweet scented perfumes fill the air,
Emanating from the sweet flowers and beautiful plants there.
"Beautiful Edinburgh" by William Topaz McGonagall
I'm sure very little good emanates from strong drink,
And many people, alas! it leads to hell's brink!
Some to the scaffold, and some to a pauper's grave,
Whereas if they would abstain from drink, Christ would them save.
"The Funeral of the Late Ex-Provost Rough, Dundee" by William Topaz McGonagall
Hooray, the echo will resound throughout the wide square,
When a sincere drunkard's song emanates from my throat;
Tonight I'll be lapping up a smoky pub's atmosphere,
I'm bloody well going to get sloshed, buzzed and somewhere float.
"The Saturday Night Song" by Julian Tuwim
If you walk through Old Town Park City you may have encountered a steady but small stream of water emanating from seemingly nowhere.
Voyager 1 has crossed into an area where the velocity of hot ionized gas emanating outward from the Sun has slowed to zero.
The failed stimulus packages, and even the talk emanating from the Occupy Wall Street crowd, tend to revolve around one economist's viewpoint – John Maynard Keynes .
Look at the life emanating from these comic books.
One was the brain-blasting music emanating from his room, the other was the axe with which he greeted the manager at his door when asked to turn it down.
Especially if there's a peculiar smell emanating from them.
33 year old Susanne Eman is from Casa Grande.
There are a million pawnshops in Houston, and most of them emanate an aura of bleakness that makes your whole transaction feel hopeless, whether you're buying or pawning.
Emanating from the Clean Water Act, the NPDES permit program has long been an effective means of regulating point-source pollutants discharged into US waters from public and private industrial and wastewater infrastructure.
You can decide to be a positive person, and can choose how much positive energy you want to emanate.
Lo Scorpione A pair of Heterometrus spinifer basks in the warmth emanating from a Lancia Scorpion 's 1.8-liter twin-cam engine.
This month's Money Shot features a pair of Heterometrus spinifer basking in the warmth emanating from a Lancia Scorpion 's 1.8-liter twin-cam engine.
Like most meteor showers , they get their name from the constellation from which they appear to emanate.
Meteor showers get their names from the constellations from which they appear to emanate.
Those sonorous words did not emanate from The Washington Post's Donald Graham or Arthur Sulzberger Jr of The New York Times, but from William Dean Singleton , one of the most controversial figures in the newspaper world.
When pro jected on the (Σ+ , Σ− )H plane, the frame transition sets form parallel straight lines, while curvature transition sets form straight lines emanating from one corner of a triangle superscribing the Kasner circle (Figure 5).
New explicit spike solution -- non-local component of the generalized Mixmaster attractor
If we know the weights and the position of the walk at time n, we choose an edge emanating from Xn with probability proportional to its weight.
Transient Random Walks in Random Environment on a Galton-Watson Tree
Second, the HST spectra suggest that stellar wind gas emanating from parts of the photosphere facing the X-ray source attains only a small velocity before becoming photoionized.
Stellar Wind Variations During the X-ray High and Low States of Cygnus X-1
In order to parametrize different bases in spaces of conformal blocks one needs to choose for each vertex p ∈ σ0 a distinguished edge emanating from it.
Nonrational conformal field theory
The term marking will henceforth be used for graphs σ as deﬁned above together with the choice of a distinguished e dge emanating from each vertex.
Nonrational conformal field theory