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- n. The condition of being natural; nature, naturalness
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Nature; naturalness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being natural; naturalness.
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About Partly Cloudy, I congratulate Peter Sohn and can't wait for Pixar or any other Animation Studio to give him a Feature Film, the short was nothing short of amazing, both aesthetically but also on the originality of it, I had my jaw on the floor since the very first moment the clouds began to move, it was simply astonishing to see the fluidity and "naturality" of the clouds, it made me laugh, it made me cry...all in 5 minutes time.
Keep in mind that the term 'natural' in this context refers to the realm of naturality (natural world), and NOT a connotation of 'unguided'.
Small equipment is less intimidating, and we also seek for naturality.
The villany of that spirit takes a hint of infidelity from our studios; and, by demonstrating a naturality in one way, makes us mistrust a miracle in another.
In St. Thomas, however, the stress is placed on the fact that this “naturality” is but the execution of a decree of providence.
If you actually are basing it upon naturality, try again.
For there is in a spiritual heart a co-naturality to the Word of God, because this is the seed which did regenerate him.
These men were natural, and it was the perfection of this naturality that wreathed their brows with the never-fading laurels of undying fame.
The villany of that Spirit takes a hint of Infidelity from our Studies, and, by demonstrating a naturality in one way, makes us mistrust a miracle in another.
That which does not objectify itself in expression is not intuition or representation, but sensation and naturality.