There were the little faces of the children, peeping from their bed apart and here the father's frame of strength, the mother's subdued and careful mien, the high-browed
youth, the budding girl, and the good old grandam, still knitting in the warmest place.
attitude was reflected in a telling 2010 statement by then foreign affairs minister Yang Jiechi.
Just one of many examples in brief from my coffee shop friends is: Within an hour of a very minor cut on my friend's finger he visited the first aid at his local hospital and was attended to by a high-browed
orthopaedic doctor who asked him to clean his wounded finger.
Miz Sherrill is an epic figure at the highest of the high-browed
end of the decorative arts in New York.
"It was geared toward the middle- and high-browed
But is there a false dichotomy between "high fives" and "high-browed
People may dismiss the Earl as a "snob" who longs for the days when gals had the high-browed
, glaucous-eyed beauty of the Mitford sisters but it is likely that he simply recognises the publicity value of a downright rude soundbite.
And the Daily Post was there with its expert writers to tell you all about it - whether it was ballet to make the eyes leap in their high-browed
sockets, opera to be heard by men and women in dickie-bows and furs; or football at Anfield and Goodison, boxing at the old Stadium, dancing at the Rotunda.
"Later we went to a high-browed
gambling resort, where we remained until morning at the roulette table," he reported.
All of his titles clearly state the obvious, not lending themselves to any high-browed
philosophizing: "Head of a woman with braids" "Woman with two children," "The drunks."
Such is the level of his high-browed
gibberish, he has now been dubbed the new David Brent from The Office.
So much so that, in the high-browed
backlash that has followed, he claims to have quit the game.
Such a misguided methodology leads only to the high-browed
gossip of Rupert Croft-Cooke's Feasting With Panthers.