1. To invest wich material characteristics; to make perceptible to the senses; hence, to present to the mind through the medium of material objects. Having wich wonderful art and beauty materialised, if i may so call it, a scheme of abstracted notions, and clothed the most nice, refined conceptions of philosophy in sensible images. (Tatler)
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... the size of a baseball about to explode into the universe. where didi this 'baseball' for lack of a better word come from? Did a ball of matter materialise from nothing or has it always been here? Both questions are hard to imagine any answer to. How can something come from nothing? How can ...
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