Summary: Lucknow's original language and mannerisms
are slowly giving way to other dialects
Quite where the boundaries of mannerism
begin and end remains difficult to determine.
All of these mannerisms
are unnatural which suggests that the perpetrators think that it is somehow clever to talk this way, perhaps copying the American and Australian actors from whom they originate.
PK is referred to as " namoona " and a " sample" to the world which closely resembles Gump's ' painfully slow' mannerism
It also acts as an orientation with regard to court mannerism
This volume, Part D, of the Backpack edition begins with chapter 14 and page 400, and covers late Medieval Italy, late Medieval and early Renaissance northern Europe, Quattrocento Italy, mannerism
in Cinquecento Italy, high Renaissance and mannerism
in northern Europe and Spain, the Baroque in Italy and Spain, and the Baroque in northern Europe.
A "tell" may be defined as a mannerism
through which one inadvertently reveals private attitudes and feelings, but in leaving such subtleties behind, Drake has created instead something more agitated and pertinent.
In an unassuming mannerism
much like Will Rogers, Marosz's soft-spoken and deliberate pace reflects the loneliness of hundreds of men herded into compounds like animals, facing an endless succession of days filled with cold, hunger, darkness, and little hope.
Do you routinely tap your fingers, pick at your clothes, play with your pen, twist your hair or display some other nervous or annoying mannerism
that may be turning your clients away?
To begin with, the absence of any agreed definition of Mannerism
among art historians makes the transfer of the term to another field easier in some ways but also less helpful.
is primarily associated with the human form as it appears in sculpture and painting (although the term is also extended to architecture and literature).
Elements of mannerism
are evident in the work of Caravaggio and El Greco, among others.