Goldwater bombed in the election, but his cadenced
utterance was instantly anthologised and pilloried.
In the early 1980s, a highly percussive, cadenced
, and repetitious musical form seeped from the inner city streets of the South Bronx to a virtually exclusive African-American audience.
Berman and Smith, who began draped over each other, unfurled like a flower in full bloom and cadenced
their courtly exchanges with a canonic series of torso squiggles.
But I also had a memory of driving one summer day with my Uncle Julius, my father's twin brother, up toward his family's bungalow on Sackett Lake; and as we were cruising through the green summer landscape, he suddenly burst into this poem by Pushkin, producing a cascade of cadenced
Russian I barely understood that brought tears to his eyes.
We talk casually and I loosen up my vocal chords by stating my talking points in a loud, cadenced
Exaggerating the cadenced
, convoluted flow of his own prophetic rhetoric, Lawrence points beyond the limitations or distracting allurements of style to the underlying power of ideas and his urgency to communicate them, despite prejudice, interference, or incomprehension.
the impression of a transient affect that continues, transiently, to be affecting; a life written as the cadenced
suspension of the identity we know it 'must' become.
His accent still falters on certain words, but the tone is sweetly cadenced
The drumline, a troupe of talented percussionists whose cadenced
rhythm rocks the rafters of any dome, bring crowds to their feet with their daring feats of music and athleticism.
is a classic children's fable, with delicate, detailed, realistic portraits of each animal in turn and perfectly cadenced
pages of calm narrative conveying wonder and delight in the immense variety of living creatures.
Since he did not understand the words, it is the cadenced
quality of the recital that he remembers.
I'm much more impressed with the results we got shooting the Shield freestanding, 1-handed, cadenced
at about one shot per 3/4 second to 1 second, at a range of 7 yards.