[im-uh-jiz-uh m] /ˈɪm əˌdʒɪz əm/
(often initial capital letter) a theory or practice of a group of poets in England and America between 1909 and 1917 who believed that poetry should employ the language of common speech, create new rhythms, have complete freedom in subject matter, and present a clear, concentrated, and precise .
a style of poetry that employs free verse and the patterns and rhythms of common speech.
a poetic movement in England and America between 1912 and 1917, initiated chiefly by Ezra Pound, advocating the use of ordinary speech and the precise presentation of images
name of a movement in poetry that sought clarity of expression through use of precise visual images, “hard light, clear edges,” coined 1912 by Ezra Pound; see image + -ism. Related: Imagist.
[ih-mey-goh, ih-mah-] /ɪˈmeɪ goʊ, ɪˈmɑ-/ noun, plural imagoes, imagines [ih-mey-guh-neez, ih-mah-] /ɪˈmeɪ gəˌniz, ɪˈmɑ-/ (Show IPA) 1. Entomology. an adult insect. 2. Psychoanalysis. an idealized concept of a loved one, formed in childhood and retained unaltered in adult life. /ɪˈmeɪɡəʊ/ noun (pl) imagoes, imagines (ɪˈmædʒəˌniːz) 1. an adult sexually mature insect produced after metamorphosis 2. […]
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A UK Internet provider. There sevice is called Imago On-line. E-mail: .
- Imago on-line
An Internet electronic mail and news service in the United Kingdom provided by Imago Europe plc. A one year subscription to the service costs just seventy five pounds plus VAT and offers dial-up access with a graphical user interface for users of Macintosh and Microsoft Windows PCs and the Apple Newton MessagePad PDA family.
A tool which generates Makefiles from a template, a set of cpp macros, and a per-directory input file called an Imakefile. This allows machine dependencies (such has compiler options, alternate command names, and special make rules) to be kept separate from the descriptions of the various items to be built. imake is distributed with, and […]