namelessness in a sentence

"namelessness" meaning  "namelessness" in Chinese  
  1. Namelessness, on the other hand, is a kind of camouflage.
  2. Fame may be elusive, but who knew that namelessness is no longer possible?
  3. Along with its namelessness, the group's marginalism could soon evaporate with its notoriety.
  4. "The camps were a vacant environment of namelessness, facelessness, " he said.
  5. Justin Martyr ( second century ) argued that YHWH is not a personal name, writing of the " namelessness of God ".
  6. It's difficult to find namelessness in a sentence.
  7. Some writers have argued that namelessness, though technically correct, does not capture what is more centrally at stake in contexts of anonymity.
  8. Now visually, as well as aurally, rock has been boiled down to an undistinguishable mass, an assembly line of sameness and namelessness.
  9. The book starts with the characters in the " Nameless Bar, " a title that is a reference to the main character's namelessness.
  10. It was difficult to harmonize the doctrine of God's namelessness with the Bible; and Philo was aided here by his imperfect knowledge of Greek.
  11. As in Mary Shelley's story, the monster's namelessness became a central part of the stage adaptations in London and Paris during the decades after the novel's first appearance.
  12. After nearly five decades of namelessness, the formerly top-secret nuclear research city known only as Arzamas-16 is getting its ancient name back, the ITAR-Tass news agency reported Monday.
  13. The toll-free line is a kind of national glue : this impalpable yet pervasive presence that joins an older, more neighborly America _ a land of amiable counsel and an actual human voice audible in one's ear _ with a wired, plugged-in, telecommunications America in which voicelessness is as common as namelessness and facelessness.
  14. Many of Conrad's characters were inspired by actual persons he met, including, in his first novel, " Almayer's Folly " ( completed 1894 ), William Charles Olmeijer, the spelling of whose name Conrad probably altered to " Almayer " inadvertently . ( " Youth " ), Captain Lingard ( " Almayer's Folly " and elsewhere ), Captain Ellis ( " The Shadow Line " ) . " Conrad, " writes J . I . M . Stewart, " appears to have attached some mysterious significance to such links with actuality . " Equally curious is " a great deal of namelessness in Conrad, requiring some minor virtuosity to maintain . " Thus we never learn the surname of the protagonist of " Lord Jim ".

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