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sugarcoated

mod. palatable; inoffensive; easy to take. Math is so sugarcoated these days. Even I could learn it.
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This series effectively destabilized the aesthetic values of the '60s generation of dissident modernists by confronting them with slogans such as "[Eduard] Steinberg, you are Malevich sugarcoated.
Singles such as What a Lovely Dance and Play The Hits are breezy, sugarcoated pop, while closer Comin' Right Over adds a textured, psychedelic feel.
His was a reaction toward realism from what he felt was the sugarcoated prettiness and emptiness of the Maryinsky Ballet in St.
Sugarcoated The bulk of the show will consist of footage shot by the couple, with US network UPN adding commentaries and follow-up filming.
and, against my mother's objections, returned with a big bag of sugarcoated sweetbread from the Mexican bakery.
With no finishing or glazing necessary, the Croquante simply bakes-off in just 18 minutes and the sugarcoated topping, combined with sliced hazelnut, caramelises to create a lovely brittle texture.
While other WWII games have sugarcoated the war experience, Brothers in Arms is based on a true story and will immerse gamers into the gritty, uncensored and emotionally-charged side of war.
I mean, my version is a completely sugarcoated version of the real man.
The artist's untroubled creative id was particularly vivid in the dozens of discrete objects that populated a wall of small shelves, delicately cloddish sculptures looking like something from the workroom of Franz West's little sister: tiny houses and containers and doll-like protuberances, all made from ad hoc combinations of craft-basket bits and bobs in taffy pinks, baby blues, and creamy yellows, sewn and glued and pinned together, then sugarcoated with glitter and lace.