In literature:
I can't imagine now how I stood it for so long.
"Mr. Britling Sees It Through" by H. G. Wells
Beauty of place imagined was to him infinitely more vivid than beauty seen.
"If Winter Comes" by A.S.M. Hutchinson
She stopped and Thirlwell got up, imagining that she had made a mistake.
"The Lure of the North" by Harold Bindloss
It seemed eminently fitted for a poet's hand, full of subjects alluring to the penetrative imagination.
"The Poetry Of Robert Browning" by Stopford A. Brooke
It is essentially a period of idealism, of imagining better things and conditions than are possible in this world.
"Books and Habits from the Lectures of Lafcadio Hearn" by Lafcadio Hearn
A winter journey lasting nearly three times as long as a spring journey was not imagined.
"The Worst Journey in the World, Volumes 1 and 2" by Apsley Cherry-Garrard
She could imagine positively nothing less romantic.
"The Lion's Share" by E. Arnold Bennett
Anything less like an ogre than our overgrown baby of a friend it would he impossible to imagine.
"Jaffery" by William J. Locke
Patriotism is an imaginative passion, and imagination is ingenuous.
"The Life of Reason" by George Santayana
We are too readily inclined to imagine that our eye can directly grasp the different distances in our surroundings.
"The Photoplay" by Hugo Münsterberg
It was her imagination of the thing that she enjoyed rather than the thing itself.
"The Real Adventure" by Henry Kitchell Webster
Her voice was the most musical one could imagine.
"Children of the Market Place" by Edgar Lee Masters
Imagination, and imagination alone, is the new method they employ.
"The Catholic World. Volume II; Numbers 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12." by E. Rameur
In a vague kind of way I imagined that death was the end of everything.
"The Passion for Life" by Joseph Hocking
Don't imagine that anyone will admire that silly face of yours.
"The Threatening Eye" by Edward Frederick Knight
One would have imagined West Point had been scored upon.
"An Annapolis First Classman" by Lt.Com Edward L. Beach
And Agnes Graham had imagined that she had out-distanced her in the affections of a belted earl!
"Under One Flag" by Richard Marsh
Nor can it by any stretch of imagination be supposed to lie in the way of wandering bands of Sabeans, whose home was in the centre of Arabia.
"Expositor's Bible: The Book of Job" by Robert Watson
I imagined that I had found a true friend and well-wisher.
"Short Stories" by Fiodor Dostoievski
He was the most conscientious soldier imaginable.
"The Red Battle Flyer" by Capt. Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen
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In poetry:
I doubt if King John
Was a sine qua non.
I could rather imagine it
Of any other Plantagenet.
"Clerihew - King John" by Edmund Clerihew Bentley
Buried in Winter,
How unexpected it is
Between the trees
To imagine flowers
In the fallen snow.
"Buried in Winter" by Ki no Tsurayuki
There was no colour
To my heart, but with you
It is dyed and now
That it might fade
Is beyond imagination.
"There was no colour" by Ki no Tsurayuki
He has lost him completely, as if he had never been at all.
In his imagination, in his delusions,
on the lips of others it is his lips he is seeking;
he is longing to feel again the love he has known.
"In Despair" by Constantine P Cavafy
Boys who are slight and quiet, but boys who are strong and true,
Dreaming of great inventions—-always of something new;
With brains untrammelled by training, but quick where reason directs—-
Boys with imagination and keen, strong intellects.
"Australian Engineers" by Henry Lawson
But on to me tale. Just imagine . . . Darkness! The battle-front!
The furious 'Uns attackin'! Us ones a-bearin' the brunt!
Me crouchin' be'ind a sandbag, tryin' 'ard to keep calm,
When I 'ears someone singin' a 'ymn toon; be'old! it is Soulful Sam.
"The Ballad Of Soulful Sam" by Robert W Service
In news:
So easy to imagine her in an apron, arms open for a hug, rosy cheeks powdery with flour.
Lsquo;Imagine if America was a dictatorship,&rdquo.
'Little Prince,' imagination open at Carousel.
I can't imagine that will happen'.
The Garden Grove mega-church 'defies imagination,' says the chief operating officer for the new Christ Cathedral.
Karl Rove never imagined that opposition to same-sex marriage would cement a permanent Republican majority.
NFL Ball Boy Face-Plants and It's As Spectacular As You'd Imagine.
I think you can imagine, when Sock sets his mind on banging his sister, he's going to bang his sister.
Once upon a time there was a magical world full of color, fueled by imagination.
Re-imagined as art installation through Oct 7.
So, imagine this for a second.
I imagine the most unusual food I've ever eaten was in the South Pacific and I don't even want to know what it may have been.
Imagine a large, dead Saint Bernard with its bones removed.
So, you can imagine the porn.
In Artifacts, Valitchka (left) can't keep Clark's imagination in line.
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In science:
All the lines have to imagined to carry arrows (not drawn) pointing toward the root.
A fluctuation theorem in a random environment
Since we are imagining all our sample spaces as ﬁnite, a conditional probability µ(x|y ) = µ(x∩y )/µ(y ) is only really meaningful when µ(y ) > 0.
A Bell Inequality Analog in Quantum Measure Theory
It is thus diﬃcult to imagine a structurally simple theory that characterizes and quantiﬁes all details of multi-particle entangled states.
Efficient Generation of Generic Entanglement
Imagine, e.g., that vertex i is not covered, than al l j ∈ N (i) have to be simultaneously covered.
Message passing for vertex covers
This theory could be studied analytically, or, like lattice QCD, one could imagine simulating this theory and getting some approximation of cosmological dynamics.
String Field Theory
Imagine ﬁrst a bulk sample, of dimensions L × W × W, where L is the sample length along the columns.
Transverse Meissner Physics of Planar Superconductors with Columnar Pins
V10−p is the extra-dimensional volume in units of √α′ . 3-branes in the original ADD scenario with TeV scale gravity would therefore lead to a tiny λ, but one could imagine the Standard Model localized on wrapped D7-branes for example, in which case intermediate values of λ are possible.
Noncommutativity from the string perspective: modification of gravity at a mm without mm sized extra dimensions
We are especially concerned with “free proper G-actions” or “all proper G-actions”, but one could imagine many other restrictions such as “ﬁxed point free” or, more generally, “with isotropy in F ”, where F is a set of subgroups of G closed under conjugation or subconjugation.
Equivariant stratifold homology theories
Even if we cannot reduce quantum ﬂuctuations, we can imagine what results we would obtain if we could.
Models of measurement for quantum fields and for classical continuous random fields
Imagine that it is possible for a black hole to ‘emit’ a test particle carrying away δE and δJ in such a way that the horizon area increases after emission.
Dynamics and Stability of Black Rings
Imagine dropping into it a particle with the effect that δj < 0.
Dynamics and Stability of Black Rings
Imagine now that we stretch the time scale on the E side and shrink it on the W side, preserving the image positions.
Gravitational lensing model degeneracies: Is steepness all-important?
Next, let us imagine stretching the time scale on the E and W quadrants while shrinking it on the N and S quadrants.
Gravitational lensing model degeneracies: Is steepness all-important?
We can thus imagine a hierarchy of lensing degeneracies, from an m = 0 mode (the steepness degeneracy) through m = 1, 2, etc. representing various shape degeneracies.
Gravitational lensing model degeneracies: Is steepness all-important?
One may imagine spline or other curvilinear interpolation, but the geometric calculations are greatly simpliﬁed by a piecewise linear representation.
Fluxon Modeling of Low-Beta Plasmas
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