We added different types of lay-in ceiling tiles in common spaces, using printed tin ceilings in some of the rooms that are also reminiscent
of the architecture of the early 20th century.
The violence is raw and very reminiscent
of The Passion of the Christ.
We are in a time of cheap alcohol reminiscent
of Gin Lane.
Selective mirroring of groups of blocks, reminiscent
of Jasper Johns's '70s crosshatch paintings, adds another dynamic layer.
For example, in a graduated set of nested porcelain plates by Dan Flavin, the painted undersides suffuse colour onto the white surfaces below, reminiscent
of his 1992 fluorescent-light installation on the spiralling ramp of the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
The picturebook offers thrilling color artworks reminiscent
of murals, illustrating each sing-out-loud song.
of Tony Hillerman's novels set among the Navaho people.
This is reminiscent
of the national energy policy by Vice President Cheney; those influential parties are still unknown.
Aptly researched and presented in plain terms along with color illustrations stylistically reminiscent
of ancient egyptian art, Mummies, Pyramids, And Pharaohs is as educational as it is enthralling.
In 1804, in an elaborate ceremony reminiscent
or the coronation of Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne and in the presence of Pope Pius VII, Napoleon grasped his sword to his heart and put the crown on his own head (4).
The free program, sponsored by Movement Research at Judson Church, includes Saira Blanche, a gently absurdist duo anchored in contact improvisation; Kannon Dance Company, with a witty Beckett-inspired trio; and Dance Theatre Iguana, a group that revels in odd, twisted movement reminiscent
of Stephen Petronio.
aid in Latin America is reminiscent
of a prehistoric time: the age of transportation via ass ("Washington Consensus?