In his writings Augustine lavishly
praised her wisdom, perseverance, and holiness.
It was 1968 when Mel Brooks first offered up his story of a nebbishy accountant and a theatrical producer who hire a lavishly
gay director to mount surefire Broadway failure Springtime for Hitler, and legend has it the film almost wasn't released.
praises "Tom" Altizer (who lavishly
praises him back on the book jacket).
WHILE SHE can usually be found in Portland, OR, Jayanthi Raman and the company she directs, the Natya Indian Dance Company, are in the middle of a thirty-city tour of Gajamukha, a lavishly
costumed evening-length production about the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha.
While the scope of the project necessitates superficiality, Wells and the Oxford Press offer the general reader an appealing, lavishly
At ten grand it's not that cheap, but these old jeeps are so fast, versatile, lavishly
equipped and fun to drive they really are an irresistible proposition.
Although the translation sometimes reads awkwardly, the information and insights that this encyclopedic, lavishly
illustrated volume offers are worth considering--and often savoring--as they knowledgeably illuminate the social attitudes, cultural values and political aspirations that distinguish the modern arts of Africa.
Convention participants will be invited a to Welcome Reception under the auspices of the Principality of Monaco, which will take place in the lavishly
decorated Salle Empire of the Hotel de Paris.
She in turn lavishly
praised Meyer's recent book "Famous and Historic Trees" and commented that of all the things she enjoys planting, trees are her favorites.
For weeks, the hellish scenes have been lavishly
, obscenely portrayed for all to see, over and over again, on television, in magazines and newspapers.
The initial celebration included the blessing of the order's new chapel -- which was lavishly
decorated with fresh flower wreaths -- and its furnishings, including the lectern, altar, candlesticks and processional cross, all made from mother-of-pearl.
illustrated paperback edition of Derek Brewer's book on Chaucer's life and times (first published in 1978 and reissued in 1992) celebrates the 600th anniversary of Chaucer's death.
Based loosely on Dante's epic poem, the performance took the audience on a lavishly
set and lit walking tour of the nine circles of hell to visit lost souls--from mobsters, fascists, and the mad to American tourists and hapless individuals slaving at menial jobs.
This is a handsome and engrossing book, lavishly
and effectively illustrated, well packed and well written--the reader travels first class.
illustrated with color photos, the primer covers production methods, explains various styles and offers food pairing suggestions.