You won't meet a Bambi in a bear bar--or any other creature that clashes with rough-and-ready
Over the period of the reign of Queen Victoria, Middlesbrough--the British Ballarat in Asa Briggs' memorable phrase--was transformed from a rough-and-ready
'frontier' town, with high crime rates and little in the way of policing, into a relatively stable and policed community, with appreciably lower levels of both serious and petty crimes.
Word quickly circulated among the rough-and-ready
society of industrialists, engineers, and Wall Street traders that a foreigner of unusual talent was among them.
When Gallegos wrote Dona Barbara, he based the title character on the rough-and-ready
On the strength of what she shows, Longfellow, Alden and Harlow appear to have been very able and refined but not fundamentally inventive talents happy to work within the broad parameters of contemporary American style and context, from the portentous Classicism of the Carnegie Institute to the rough-and-ready
finishes of seaside Maine.
Traces of their rough-and-ready
origins as foamcore models are left on the cast work's abutting triangular forms.
In a nutshell: Quadriplegics play rugby - and play it for keeps - in this rough-and-ready
documentary that inspires with neither hand-wringing nor sugarcoating.