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If Bale stars again, we can look forward to Lawro hailing him as a coruscating, effulgent, incandescent, lambent and luminous talent with a left foot that is not only adroit and dexterous but also efficacious, puissant and unyielding.
The effect of encountering 160 such works, packed in vitrines and jamming the walls and columns of a single gallery at MOMA PS1, was quite literally dazzling; the lights were dim, one imagined, since the art was coruscating enough on its own.
There is plenty of Thompson's coruscating guitar-work in evidence on Electric, and the rhythm section is absolutely top-class, providing the springboard for Thompson's starburst invention.
First released in 2008, My Two Worlds is filled with coruscating ideas on memory, its narrative arc describing a man taking a long walk on his fiftieth birthday through a city in southern Brazil with which he is unfamiliar, addressing the reader and reflecting on his perceptions of himself, his life, and the world around him as he does so.
The second mini - session Q2 saw Hamilton continuing his coruscating form, clocking a lap of 1:38.
What an ignominious end to a life devoted to astounding visual and musical theatre encased in and coruscating with the pure genius of Michael Jackson.
Saul Bellow was the most coruscating stylist, the most brilliant intellect, the most compassionate and great-souled writer in modern American literature.
At the same time, coruscating flashes of colour, the hosting of external activities within the building footprint and some unorthodox structural forms make it clear that this is a building of both visual and physical vigour.
It didn't help that I'd just watched Mel Gibson's magnificent, coruscating The Passion Of The Christ the night before I read this.
The coruscating fi re of the diamonds is taken up by 80 Top Wesselton brilliants on the flange, the brand emblem in the form of the patented Montblanc Diamond and the 126 perfectly set stones on the mother-of-pearl dial representing the stylised contours of the Montblanc emblem.
Although [Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman] doesn't have the coruscating brilliance of Kafka on the Shore, his most recent novel, or the emotional and thematic coherence of After the Quake, his recent collection of stories linked by the 1995 Kobe earthquake, it will more than satisfy the hunger of Mr.
The most coruscating critique should be fresh and tangy as a ripe orange while also foul and putrid, like a rotten tomato.