Though there was something a little shameless in Nitsch's open theatricality--the brash, singular colors mashed on the walls, the religious paraphernalia, the clamoring
sound track and props--there was also a kind of honesty and clarity of purpose at work, a true showman's broadness of expression.
With the rock fans clamoring
for the ordination of Elvis, the African Anglicans mulling over whether to send missionaries to England, an Australian ex-bishop at the center of a sex abuse scandal, Episcopal Bishop John Spong preaching that everything in the church is so much clap-trap, and the Canadian church hierarchy agonizing over whether there's enough room on the head of the Anglican pin for both straights and gays, there's so much bedlam going on that no one seems to notice that thousands of confused Anglicans are looking for a new pew in which to pray.
"Commercial resellers have been clamoring
to offer VAIO PCs to their end users.
Among those clamoring
for demutualization will be baby boomer doctors and lawyers, who, as they near retirement, will want to realize a portion of their investment in specialty-line insurers.
These people--fundamentalists, feminists, housewives, and doctors--have long been clamoring
for a uniting force.
The re-imposition of the three-year-old truck ban ordinance was revived as motorists and commuters have been clamoring
for traffic-free city roads as trucks and similar huge vehicles have been causing traffic jams during rush hours.
Ghostly figures from the past and future appear to them in clamoring
Our existing tenants are clamoring
to renew their leases early in anticipation of rising rents.
"Users are clamoring
for a graphics solution with excellent image quality and a complete modern feature set at a reasonable cost," said Tim Chambers, Vice President and General Manager of ST's Graphics Products Division.
implies, and what my bookshelves are still clamoring
for, is two separate tomes: a personal rumination by James on a life informed by film in the mode of Geoffrey O'Brien's The Phantom Empire, and an exhaustive, anal-retentive reference book on the blaxploitation cycle in the mode of Alain Silver and Elizabeth Ward's Film Noir: An Encyclopedic Reference to the American Style.
The story opens when the legendary beauty is a marriageable 12-year-old, with suitors already clamoring
for her hand, and relates her subsequent kidnapping by Theseus of Athens, then her passionless arranged marriage to Menelaus, which results in the birth of a daughter.
Large and small companies are clamoring
to get a bite out of the New Jersey School Construction Corporation's $8.6 billion construction program already underway.
"The public has been clamoring
for the City to be more visible in the rebuilding process, particularly since the mayor released his vision plan for Lower Manhattan," said Kent Barwick, president of the Municipal Art Society, which spearheaded Imagine New York.
"By creating an attractive new facility, the private sector is clamoring
to attract more labor-intensive employees to the South Ward," noted Alfred Faiella, deputy mayor of Economic Development and Housing.