- First used by S.W. Wilson in 1991. (Wiktionary)
“The robot, known as an “animat”, interpreted electrical signals from the cells to navigate itself around a laboratory without bumping into obstacles.”
“The official Dilbert website with Scott Adams’ color comic strips, animat…”
“Robo-Rat This little animat (part animal, part robot) drives with its "brain" — 300,000 rat neurons sitting on a bed of electrodes.”
“It therefore tends to frustrate more and more the values of the soul which form the intermediary zone between the body and the mind — those emotional sensitive and animat - ing values which feed the arts, love, and passion, and which are feminine values.”
“Hic est Spiritus vitae cujus vivificus calor animat omnia et fovet et provehit et fecundat.”
“HOC uide circum supraque quod complexu continet terram solisque exortu capessit candorem, occasu nigret, id quod nostri caelum memorant, Grai perhibent aethera: quidquid est hoc, omnia animat format alit auget creat sepelit recipitque in sese omnia, omniumque idem est pater, 5 indidemque eadem aeque oriuntur de integro atque eodem occidunt.”
“Anima est ubi amat, non ubi animat -- The soul is where it loves, rather than where it lives.”
“_Anima est ubi amat, non ubi animat_; (196) the fixing and establishing of the heart on God is a dwelling in him; for the constant and most continued residence of the most serious thoughts and affections, will be their dwelling in their all-fulness and riches of grace in Jesus Christ.”
“Spiritum, quo totum corpus Ecclesiae Christus animat.”
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