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- adj. peripheral
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as peripheric.
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So also the following passage which, referring to this interior Self, forming as it were the centre of the peripherical interaction of the objects and senses, sums up as follows, 'He is my Self, thus let it be known;' a summing up which is appropriate only if prâ/n/a is meant to denote not some outward existence, but the interior Self.
So the liquidity drought (which starts in the centre) works its way all the way back up the tubes till it reaches the end of the line (the most peripherical points) and then when you open those taps, the water simply does not flow out, or if it does it is more a trickle than a flood.
- accessibility reasons: no one reads like an eating PacMan, constantly moving text disrupts peripherical vision and reading, is overall annoying