At last we got to where lanterns could be seen flitting
about here and there, and knew we were in the midst of the curious old city.
And, when the whim changes, it is most easy and delightfully disconcerting to play with the respectable and cowardly bourgeois fetishes and to laugh and epigram at the flitting
god-ghosts and the debaucheries and follies of wisdom.
That point was the day before the flitting
when my slow methodical process of listing and labelling everything was replaced by the frantic chucking of everything remaining into anything available.
He had more contact with local people and local culture because he was on the ground, rather than just flitting
in and flitting
among the ochre-colored florets of coral were more schools of yellow tang, as well as Moorish idols, a fish with bands of black, white and gold and a trailing dorsal streamer.
GEMINI May 21-June 20 Oh, you iridescent social butterfly, flitting
and fluttering so much even Lady Bunny would wig out.
Recalling the vision-straining trickery of Andrea Gursky's photographs, eyes soon give up trying to resolve depth and perspective, flitting
instead between foreground and infinity until they pause to blink.
Ritchie's recent exhibition was titled "After Lives," and the project is a Last Judgment of sorts, relying on the hallmarks of such scenes, with tortured figures flitting
through landscapes both apocalyptic and harmonious.
I'd silently conjure up images of my 20-something friends picking up their frothy lattes on their way to work, flitting
about in hectic office environments, and surfing the Internet first thing in the morning.
Nicknamed "the odd couple" by a fawning media, O'Neill and Bono spent nearly two weeks flitting
about the World's poorest continent.
She had been too exhausted to take them inside after flitting
The London Symphony Orchestra performs Tchaikovsky's score, but it's edited as heavily as the dancing; the snow scene and the Waltz of the Flowers consist of Tinkerbell-ish fairies flitting
(and occasionally bourree-ing or passe-ing) around Clara, led by miniature, cherubic winged Barbies who communicate in high-pitched squeaks.
The fact that social constructivists can object to "rationality" while using the Internet and flitting
to conferences hither and yon boggles the mind.
How did Cameron-Johnson manage to avoid a film that was too densely packed or flitting
from one life to another?
Black Americans," Kovel writes, "were considered basically subhuman animals while Native Americans became the inhuman devils (a beast, too, though of the apocalypse) flitting
through the wilderness beyond the city upon the hill; two nightmares as yet undigestible by the dominant culture, the one sedimenting into white racism, the other into anticommunism.