These interviews also provide us with a refreshingly
sane, courageous, and honest voice which can help us to see our present cultural situation in clearer, more productive ways.
The diversity of settings, themes, and approaches is refreshingly
different and amazing in The Faery Reel: Tales From The Twilight Realm, while black and white decorations by Cahrles Vess enhance each new chapter.
selective and well-installed survey of the work of Polly Apfelbaum focuses on fourteen sculptural pieces and installations created between 1989 and 2003.
Her analytical approach is refreshingly
clear; she not only sorts our the major characteristics of Bernini's influence on contemporary Roman decorative arts, such as the idea of metamorphosis, but also suggests a working classification of the artistic vocabulary of Roman Baroque decorative arts into figural, vegeral-floral, architectural, and heraldic categories.
, Finkelstein has eliminated the investment banking middleman from his acquisition formula.
Tzonis has written a refreshingly
concise and focused overview of the life and work of Le Corbusier.
The Church Society thanked the Cardinal for the 2000 declaration Dominus Jesus "which seems to us refreshingly
honest when compared to the ARCIC reports.
The Spice Woman," "Bring on the Bombs," and "Courtship Rituals") the characters are multifaceted and much of the interior dialogue as well as the writing is refreshingly
unique ("my mouth is filled with stars and they're burning their way through my vagina"--from "Sex Hall") rather than cliche ("she moaned, her breaths coming in quick short gasps" from "Homecumming").
An international team led by two chemists at Moscow State University in Russia reports it has discovered a new superconductor made with mercury that is refreshingly
simple in structure and shows no resistance at temperatures up to 94 kelvins.
, Telephony2 has set out to level the playing field for these businesses, enabling them to compete better with larger businesses by empowering them with advanced telephony solutions that have been traditionally out of their reach.
A fine band that includes Dean Parks play it refreshingly
straight, while a guest spot from altoist Dave Koz shows Lington where he should be going.
The multiple readers sound young, earnest and refreshingly