While it's the slow build and innovative layering of backing vocals that made 10cc's '70s original a hit-and subsequently made it endure the passing of the decades-Lu flips the script
and takes the song to the 21st century for her debut album, 'Blood.' Lu sets down layer upon layer of versicolored sound, all while keeping intact the original version's spirit.
Then she flips the script
and charts a pathway to this joyful, purpose-filled life that today's women not only want but also, finally, have the resources to afford.
But in true sleazy lawyer fashion, Goodman flips the script
, instead offering advice on the pair's criminal enterprise.
Kansas City actually flips the script
, and women make 2 percent of what men in tech make.
In a town known for celebrity culture, Wax Paper (waxpaperco.com) flips the script
, serving sandwiches named after public radio hosts.
Although Nicki appears hurt in the first two verses of "Regret In Your Tears," she flips the script
by verse three, rapping, "Cause you don't even know what you just lost / You don't even know what you just had / You don't even know, and that's what's bad."
The show flips the script
, removing the flaneur from its privileged position of observer.
FURTHER READING: Roundup: Intellectual Property The impact of PTAB appeals on the Federal Circuit Samsung flips the script
on Nvidia at the ITC
Natural Beekeeping flips the script
on traditional approaches by proposing a program of selective breeding and natural hive management.
Malvo, meanwhile, flips the script
on the blackmail scheme.
With the literature on Africa's international relations largely dominated by a concern with how the continent has been shaped by external actors, this volume flips the script
by focusing on the agency of African political actors and their impact on the international system.
Spring Board is a new concept app that flips the script
on the bucket list with an underlying philosophy that values awareness and engagement over achievement.
culture in her winning 2009 debut, "Amreeka," writer-director Cherien Dabis flips the script
to more ambitious but less satisfying effect in "May in the Summer." Observing the upheaval that ensues when an Arab-American bride-to-be returns to the family homestead in Amman, Jordan, this warmly conceived but largely formulaic picture is by turns sensitive and shrill, culturally perceptive and overly broad in its dysfunctional-family melodramatics.
On "Warwick Avenue" she ditches the masochism and flips the script
, walking out on--not running away from--her paramour with just as much conviction.