A smallish woman with fine features, she was dressed in blood red with barbaric golden ornaments and looked like she'd come from the far end of the Black Sea to drably
While Our Lady takes place in a shadowy, almost operatic world, the Pacific Northwest setting of Eban and Charley is deceptively casual and drably
common-place, making its love story, between the 14-year-old Charley (Giovanni Andrade) and the older Eban, all the more subversive.
In the name of moral outrage, others convey a preachy, moralizing and drably
One might wonder whether Davies's approach via myth and imagery (ultimately derived from Jung) risks overinterpreting a story that lacks linguistic distinction, but precisely such an approach can best explain the imaginative power exercised by some drably
Forty years ago it wasn't that difficult to distinguish between the "bourgeoisie" and the "counterculture." The former was comprised of individuals who worked for large corporations, dressed drably
, and dutifully attended PTA meetings.
I think about Dylan Klebold tootling around town in his BMW with its trunk full of bombs, and I can't help thinking about the black dentist in New Jersey who was stopped by the highway patrol more than a hundred times over four years before he finally traded in his BMW for something more drably
utilitarian.) Perhaps the power of "the normative" to induce moral blind spots can be appreciated for its depth and complexity only when the world for some reason gets turned upside down.
Visually as well as emotionally and melodically, it must stand apart from all else, not drably
merge with it.
Wallace (1889) noted that many species of birds that are monomorphic and have conspicuous plumage nest in cavities, while species that nest in the open have drably
The most depressing entry was the Bolshoi Ballet's Infanta and the Jester, drably
choreographed and indifferently danced, and the prize for the most ruthless amid alien corn was shared by the Tokyo Festival Ballet and the Shanghai Ballet Company, a twain which aesthetically Western ballet seems fated never to meet.
In these forests there live certain events, shards of memory, scraps of once-heard lore, intimations once familiar--some painful, shameful, some drably
or laughably inconsequent, others thoughts that the thinker could never hold fast and begin to tell.
, Chauvet demonstrated, 1 suppose, that men can act obnoxiously no matter how a woman behaves and dresses.
If the drably
derivative, infuriatingly improbable police drama "McCanick" is remembered for anything, it will be for its uniformly overqualified cast, which includes Ciaran Hinds and a lead turn from David Morse.
In short order, however, it was "translated" by the conservative firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill into a drably
well-behaved skyscraper whose latest rendering looks like so many other symmetrical and entirely unobjectionable towers that the firm has designed over the past half century.
The rest of Jonathan Miller's direction consisted of more aimless shuffling around the stage, the characters drably
costumed by Eskandar who had a whole gushing credit in the programme.
psychedelica joins two other species in the genus Histiophryne, though the other two are very drably
colored in comparison.