10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «USEABLENESS»
Discover the use of useableness
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to useableness
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Voice training by means of the drama
Returning to Mr. Karr's definition of the objective of Voice Training, one may find
that to him, the end of Voice Training is "useableness". The "useableness" of
drama has often been questioned. Perhaps, as Brand Blanshard says, its service
Vivian Vincent Yeager, 1944
Ohio State University Bulletin
Enlarged personality is only a more capacious hospitality; the greater the man,
the greater his openness to forces outside himself, the greater his possibility of
useableness by those unseen and eternal forces which do body themselves forth
Ohio State University, 1913
Its useableness if not its usefulness would have been increased by a proper
classification of its contents, but perhaps the present arrangement, or lack of
arrangement, will appeal more strongly than any other to the general public, and
it is ...
Suburban Life, the Countryside Magazine
... their beauty and you'll both appreciate t h e i r “useableness”—they are so
easily cleaned and too substantial to be carelessly upset. If your dealer cannot
supply the attractive designs shown here we will deliver them by Parcel Post,
Once a Week: An Illustrated Miscellany of Literature, Art, ...
At this point i their useableness and value really begin. The 1 bulk of stolen
goods are, sooner or later, worked. ' back into honest life. If it were otherwise, the
area would be so limited as to choke the cri- , urinal market, and thieves would
It may be doubted whether, in the latter holding, useableness (utility) and use (
application) were not confounded; but, at all events, the courts in those cases
came to the same end as the others in deciding that the respective patents were
... faith without works (that is, not embodied) is dead, and no more, whether for
size or useableness, than my knowledge was. And love unembodied, that is, not
playing out towards its object in practical service of some sort, is uncompleted,
Nathaniel Judson Burton, Richard Burton, 1896
Friends Intelligencer: A Religious and Family Journal
It is the term that describes the condition of the mind; its useableness; its
discriminating power; its art and tact at getting quickly at the truth. The whole
American education tends toward intelligence. Children are early stimulated to
use their ...
THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL ' 125 speak of social mindedness or the reverse. I
should wish my own house to stand for social—mindedness, from cellar to garret.
This would mean beauty and fine useableness with the very minimum of daily ...
The Journal of International Relations
... account is well balanced and serves admirably as an introduction to Japanese
history as a book of reference. A good index adds to the useableness of the book.
OF RACE DEVELOPMENT JANUARY 1916 CONTENTS Japan in the Orient.
George Hubbard Blakeslee, Granville Stanley Hall, Harry Elmer Barnes, 1916