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mod. exciting; eccentric; cool. Things are really wild here.
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After witnessing the wildness of a night out in Romford last week during the First Cut strand, it's time to see something rather more serene.
Summary: ABU DHABI -- The Al Dhafra Festival came to an end on Saturday, displaying the Arab heritage with all its beauty and wildness.
LIVERPOOL-based physical clowning comedy theatre company Random Acts of Wildness (R.
His peripherals were good, except for his walk rate, as wildness led to him issuing 6.
Here he can befriend his own wildness and come to understand the passions and flaws running through those who frighten and disturb him.
WE know Americans do things a little differently from us, but this festive pickup really is the last word in wildness.
There's also an exhibition of a video and sound works which explore the experience of wildness.
2 "THE LAST WILDNESS OF 2008," SILVER PLATTER, LOS ANGELES Wildness is a weekly performance event and party organized by artists Daniel Pineda, Ashland Mines, and Wu Ingrid Tsang.
Their wildness is emblematic of a Narnia that's been freed from" the oppressive "domestication" of Man--which, in Narnia as in our own world, leaves no room for the natural and unrestrained.
A touch of wildness hurt the Surf (14-13) in the eighth.
After the adventurous Martine meets a shy, magical white giraffe, their adventures together contribute to Martine's growing love for the animals and wildness of Africa.
He has been wild, and he just has to try to harness that wildness," Dodgers player development director DeJon Watson said.
That what qualifies for wildness today is a paltry facade of the awesome Pleistocene bestiary we stumbled upon only 13,000 years ago.
It is this "order of things," that, when juxtaposed with the wildness and freedom that ideal art embodies, presents the greatest challenges for teachers encouraging students to learn and grow, but to do so within a relatively safe environment.
Del Sol sees it as a distillation of the wildness and emptiness of the surrounding landscape, a kind of Patagonian Zen garden at the heart of the hotel.