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- noun Absence of a
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But let it be understood how we came to say that body passing through and through another body must produce disintegration, while we make qualities pervade their substances without producing disintegration: the bodilessness of qualities is the reason.
Of bodilessness or incorporiety no one, even among those who say their God is incorporeal, pretend to have an idea.
The only way this is ever going to be stopped is for us to make a spontaneous voluntary popular start in this country toward having a body for people in general, towards giving a hundred million people in dealing with their politicians, their trusts and labor unions, less bodilessness.
It is this bodilessness in the Employer -- this very simple rudimentary whiffling communion the Employer has with his usually distinguished and accomplished Head Employee, which the Head Employee finds it hardest to bear.
The feeling of helplessness, of bodilessness -- the feeling the Public has every day in the White House and in the Senate, of being treated, and treated to its own face as if it was not there, is a feeling that works as badly one way as it does the other.
'It had a grand effect when Arthur stood on the second landing-place, and raised it above the balusters -- a sort of bodilessness rising from vacancy.'