Both the European commission and parliament step up their criticism against Hungary's latest constitutional changes. With core European values at risk, the call for infringement procedures gets louder by the day.
The Red and the Black: Mimetic Desire and the Myth of Celebrity (Twayne's Masterwork Studies)
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The author of "Holidays in Heck" and "Parliament of Whores" doesn't like to read books about current affairs: "I can write that junk myself."
Hawaii is shortening the school year by 17 days. Poor kids. The heck are they supposed to do in Hawaii with 17 days off? — Will Durst
Used as a mild oath.
Used as an intensive: had a heck of a lot of money; was crowded as heck.
[Alteration of HELL.]
- a heck of a, What the heck！, （全2件）
What the heck！/The heck with it！((話))かまうもんか.
- Relating to, characteristic of, or exhibiting mimicry.
- Of or relating to an imitation; imitative.
- Using imitative means of representation: a mimetic dance.
[Greek mīmētikos, from mīmēsis, mimicry. See mimesis.]
mimesis(mĭ-mē'sĭs, mī-) n.
- The imitation or representation of aspects of the sensible world, especially human actions, in literature and art.
- Biology. Mimicry.
- Medicine. The appearance, often caused by hysteria, of symptoms of a disease not actually present.
[Greek mīmēsis, from mīmeisthai, to imitate, from mīmos, imitator, mime.]
- mi • met • ic
a mimetic crystal