American artist Pae White is fascinated with the idea of turning something transient and impermanent into something real.
Their lives are like their work,—impermanent, detached from others', unobserved.
In such moments the thoughts that visited her were impermanent and fleeting.
This book tries in the light of historical practice merely to distinguish the permanent from the impermanent in technique.
The necessity to counteract by impermanent sojourn the permanence of arrest.
But it was one of the least frequent and the most impermanent of His moods.
Fashion, as we have shown, had a slow and impermanent effect upon village ideals.
Speeches are—next to leading articles—the most impermanent of impermanent things.
Even on that view, however, the impermanent type must in some degree have affected that which survived.
It had never occurred to any of us, somehow, that Fortune might be as transitory and impermanent as his patron goddess herself.