Dinkin's hard-won narrow victory over federal prosecutor Rudolph Guiliani four years ago seemed to confirm the practicability of what many in the Jesse Jackson camp called the Rainbow strategy, and what Dinkins himself rhapsodized
as the Gorgeous Mosaic.
It was Clifford Sifton who rhapsodized
over Ukrainian immigrants, describing them as sturdy men in sheepskin coats, accompanied by their big wives and their four or five children.
Phoenix coach Louie Alas has rhapsodized
about his team's defensive might and how much it has become essential in their recent string of victories in the PBA Philippine Cup.
Lenin was "an ideological source of Perestroika." Of Lenin he rhapsodized
: "His very image is an underlying example of lofty moral strength, all-around spiritual culture and selfless devotion to the cause of the people and to socialism." All of which is well to keep in mind when reading the Earth Charter's appeals to moral, spiritual, and cultural "norms" and "values."
In the mid-1890s Yeats, along with Maud Gonne, the woman for whom he yearned and rhapsodized
for much of his adult life, hoped to establish a "Celtic Order of Mysteries" in a "Castle of the Heroes," located on an island in Lough Key in Country Roscommon.
"Our goal is to give back to the Loveland community, and create a complete balanced development where residential feeds off office, and retail feeds off residential, starting from the entrance and moving outward, avoiding sprawl," Chad McWhinney rhapsodized
We saw that she has a wonderfully soft and airy quality (are these the fabled feathery pointes of Pavlova and Doubrovska, over which our elders have rhapsodized
The CEO rhapsodized
in his 1996 letter to shareholders about the many benefits GE intends to gain from digital commerce.
After engaging in a warm dialogue with the violins and the harp, he rhapsodized
the chromatic configuration of the second theme, and fired his virtuosic stance in the extended cadenza to end the first movement brilliantly.
During the Weather Underground's 1969 "War Council" in Flint, Michigan, Dohrn rhapsodized
about the revolutionary attitude of Charles Manson and his followers, who had just killed actress Sharon Tate and her houseguests in California: "Dig it.
Keynes burst onto the scene in 1919 with his The Economic Consequences of the Peace, in which he rhapsodized
about the prewar international order and warned (correctly) that the draconian provisions of the Versailles treaty were antithetical to the reestablishment of that order.