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down-home

Simple and folksy, as is typical of life in the rural US. Primarily heard in US. The cabin had a cozy, down-home feel to it.
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Inspired by down-home Southern barbeque techniques and tastes, the menu features a variety of plates and platters to fit any size of appetite.
And, this being public radio, the down-home commercials were for fake products.
Anchored by Dolly Parton, this down-home sound track perfectly underscores Felicity Huffman's brilliant trans performance.
The 46th carving instructional book by one of the leading caricature woodcarvers in America, Carving Down-Home Angels with Tom Wolfe is a step-by-step guide that walks the reader through the process of creating charming, folksy wooden angels with endearing elderly features.
He cites a piece his company did in collaboration with the Red Clay Ramblers and choreographer Lynne Taylor-Corbett in February called Carolina Jamboree, including one act with a down-home hoedown.
With this exuberant boyfest, Sameshima acknowledges that, ever since Mike Kelley put two stuffed animals on a dinky afghan with a boom box droning theory in his 1991 "Dialogue" series, theory has often looked down-home and craft has become a sign of self-consciousness.
On the 15-song CD, Knight and the choir deliver outstanding performances--from anthems to spirituals and traditional songs to down-home gospel.
Although he spent most of his school years in New York, Bearden visited Pittsburgh often, enjoying life in his grandparents' boardinghouse, where mill workers returning from work would sit on the steps and "tell stories about down-home in the South" (1).
Students ages 9 and up will find lots of down-home art projects to spark their creativity in American Folk Art for Kids with 21 Activities.
MIKE GREENWELL, former Boston Red Sox outfielder, describing his down-home nature: "I'm a 4-wheel-drive pickup type of guy.
Hightower, who was twice elected to state-wide office in Texas, writes with down-home (or "lowdown") humor and scathing attacks similar to fellow Texan columnist Molly Ivins.
The Brothers tackle an eclectic range of material, from Jimmy Reed's rollicking blues "Big Boss Man," to Jim Reeves' sentimental country ballad "He'll Have to Go," to a breathtaking, churchy version of Townes Van Zandt's tender "If I Needed You." Add a handful of originals from gifted lead guitarist Wendell, including the scruffy "You Won't Be Livin' Here Anymore," and down-home perfection isn't far away.
At Tractor Supply Company, Nashville, Tenn., the largest retail farm and ranch store chain in the United States, HR professionals continue to search for candidates with some agriculture background or an interest in agriculture who also share TSC's down-home values.
New stuff from the Black Keys, down-home and bluesy.
Snappy profiles of renowned chefs, each shown playfully preparing his signature vegetable, compete for readers' attentions with full-color spreads of rock climbers and a down-home Denver wedding.