4 -- color) The Farm has a homey setting that belies
its sophisticated fare -- and pricey menu.
A famous homosexual athlete, they think, belies
the public image of the homosexual as a limp-wristed fairy.
Designed by Foster & Partners, sculptor Anthony Caro and engineers Ove Arup & Partners, the simplicity of the span belies
its complex generation.
However," adds research director Jake Saunders, "This lack of general market attention belies
the real importance of the role EDGE plays in delivering mobile services today and will play in the effective delivery of content in the network of tomorrow.
We meet her nearly a decade later as a twice-divorced, world-weary criminal defense attorney whose jaded cynicism belies
her 28 years.
Eran Schaerf's work seems slick at first, but its formal basis in the design aesthetic of lifestyle magazines belies
a dense network of themes and combinations of media that render it less rapidly consumed than much current art.
Set designer Andrea Finn has created a brightly colored, cartoonlike facade of neighboring suburban households that ironically belies
the bile flowing between the occupants.
The building's elemental simplicity belies
a diversity of internal spaces.
Jack Osborne, alias Zach Granger, alias Mack Greene, manages to pull it off with a maturity that belies
In fact there is a formal richness to these inventions that belies
their modest means.
THE NONDESCRIPT building that houses the new quarters of Fabrizio in Thousand Oaks belies
its warm Italianate interior.
To those for whom a manual is a book kept in the glove compartment of their car, this book will deliver a welcome surprise: its title belies
This turnaround certainly belies
the claims of pension opponents, who would like the state to eliminate guaranteed pensions for educators," noted Avak.
Such jokiness belies
the seriousness with which Roy's dilemma is otherwise portrayed.
The title of this collection of short stories belies
the trauma, desperation, and sadness experienced by their various protagonists.