1. the art of wine making
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How To Use enology In A Sentence

  • It seems that transcendental phenomenology inevitably involves solipsism.
  • And thus was born phrenology (then called craniology). Bayblab
  • For these two are no longer categories in an existential phenomenology of Attention or Tyrolean woodcraft but fully amortised within the evident detritus of the Second World War, constantly alluded to in The White Stones.
  • The doctrine that there are mental presentations which necessarily refer to external things is not only bad natural science; it is also bad phenomenology and conceptual confusion.
  • Phenomenology involves a radical change in all such positings of real existence.
  • I was drawn to winemaking and studied for a degree in oenology.
  • A phenomenology of consciousness, then, explores neither the metaphysical composition nor the causal genesis of things, but the ‘constitution’ of their meaning.
  • All three species have similar flower phenology: in general, the terminal raceme matures acropetally and the flowers are first staminate, then pistillate, and the sexual stages do not overlap within the flower.
  • Presenting simplified descriptions in terms of phenomenology is one thing, but presenting descriptions of something that you admit requires not only general relativity, but a theory of quantum gravity, in terms of classical mechanics should be a warning sign to most readers. “Black Holes – a Simplified Theory for Quantum Gravity Non-Specialists”
  • Torres began his wine career with a course in oenology at the University of Dijon in Burgundy.
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