Inspiration

• (n.) A supernatural divine influence on the prophets, apostles, or sacred writers, by which they were qualified to communicate moral or religious truth with authority; a supernatural influence which qualifies men to receive and communicate divine truth; also, the truth communicated. • (n.) The act or power of exercising an elevating or ...
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inspiration

<physiology> The act of drawing air into the lungs. ... Origin: L. Inspirare, spirare = to breathe ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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inspiration

(from the article `eschatology`) ...writer Epiphanius, Montanus declared himself the prophet of a third testament, a new age of the Holy Spirit. Phrygia (now in Turkey) became the ... The nature of prophecy is twofold: either inspired (by visions or revelatory auditions), or acquired (by learning certain techniques). In many cases ... ...
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inspiration

(from the article `speech`) ...and much more frequently during periods of strenuous effort. Quiet respiration at rest as well as deep respiration during physical exertion are ... The absorption of inhaled gases and vapours differs from that of aerosols and thus will be discussed separately.Air moves in and out of the lungs in response t...
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inspiration

(in″spĭ-ra´shәn) inhalation (def. 1). adj., inspi´ratory., adj.
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inspiration

(in;spu1-ra;shun) The act of breathing air into the alveoli of the lungs; also called inhalation.
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inspiration

(L. inspirare, from in in + spirare to breathe) the act of drawing air into the lungs.
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inspiration

brainchild noun a product of your creative thinking and work; `he had little respect for the inspirations of other artists`; `after years of work his brainchild was a tangible reality`
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inspiration

[Noun] A feeling of excitement from a new idea. Also, the inspiration for something is the basic thing that provides the idea for it.
Example: The song-writer’s young daughter was the inspiration for the new song.
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Inspiration

[sculpture] Inspiration is a public artwork by American artist Ethan Kerber, located at a commercial building at the intersection of 5th St NW & K St NW in Washington, D.C., United States. `Inspiration` was created through DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. This metal sculpture is placed on an air intake vent on the facade of the Cit...
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Inspiration

In`spi·ra'tion noun [ French inspiration , Latin inspiratio . See Inspire .] 1. The act of inspiring or breathing in; breath; specif. (Physiol.) , the drawing of air into the lungs, accomplished in mammals by elevation of the chest walls and flattening of the diaphr...
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inspiration

arousal of the mind to unusual activity or creativity
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inspiration

arousal of the mind to unusual activity or creativity
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Inspiration

In theology, inspiration is the delusional concept of the infusion of ideas into the human mind by the Holy Spirit, so as to validate certain writings as being the word of god. By the inspiration of the Scriptures is meant the influence of the Holy Spirit exercised on the understandings, imaginations, memories, and other mental faculties of the wri...
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Inspiration

Inhalation; Breathing in of oxygen.
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Inspiration

Mysterious, unpredictable impulse which enables poets to produce the finest quality poetry. Robert Graves compared inspiration to lightening that strikes 'where and when it wills'.
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inspiration

Spiritual influence that allows a person to think, speak, or act in a way that transcends ordinary human abilities. It can refer to a wide variety of religious experiences, including the presence of...
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inspiration

The act of breathing air in; inhalation.
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inspiration

Type: Term Pronunciation: in-spi-rā′shŭn Synonyms: inhalation1
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inspiration

What an author needs to allow a flow of good feelings or extraordinary thoughts which he can make use of in his writing.
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inspiration

[n] - arousal of the mind to special unusual activity or creativity 2. [n] - a sudden intuition as part of solving a problem 3. [n] - a product of your creative thinking and work 4. [n] - arousing to a particular emotion or action
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