Nor is it lacking in local musical influences--regional percussion instruments and recognizably
South American rhythmic patterns contrast with the Latin texts to create a fascinating juxtaposition of old- and new-world flavors.
After two weeks of rapid-fire cell division, the clump of cells is poised to become recognizably
I remember her as a lovely young lady; very, very bright--and recognizably
so at a young age," says David Haskins, MD, Wyllie's childhood pediatrician.
Still, Wulf is onto something important in unearthing the remarkable, recognizably
feminist sentiments voiced by many Quaker women as early as the first third of the eighteenth century.
Amnesty International fears that the charges against him could be politically motivated and is concerned at the reported lack of evidence of his involvement in any recognizably
As Gruen explains, "Lots of galleries are not interested in showing Keith's more sexually explicit work, mostly because it's not as recognizably
hard-edged, graphic-line Haring, but we decided that if we were going to show work from his Paradise Garage days, these works should be homoerotic, if not explicit, because that was a big part of Keith's world and what made him happy.
Nuances and shadings come many years later, and only after the fundamental outlines have been drawn recognizably
In his most famous novel, Brideshead Revisited: The Sacred and Profane Memoirs of Captain Charles Ryder, Waugh, during the 1939-1945 war-time abstinence and rationing, unfolded a luxurious world of fine food, wonderful wine, and recognizably
She moves her characters into a recognizably
Canadian world in the novels Une Saison dans la vie d'Emmanuel (1965; A Season in the Life of Emmanuel); Manuscrits de Pauline Archange(1968) and Vivre
The tenor of the original has been recognizably
preserved, however, as the excisions have been managed by judicious editing rather than wholesale cuts.
From the mother's point of view, her cells are uniquely hers while the cells of her fetus are recognizably