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Seasonlong eclectic competitions are not uncommon at country clubs and golf leagues.
To find out more, I approached Oddbins and Eclectic Wines to see what was available.
The works considered demonstrate, in fact, "a constantly varied process of fusion, syncretism, and eclecticism, fusion of the classic into one or more levels of the vernacular text and the eclectic approach to classical sources and models" (328).
The Winnipeg Film Group (WFG) is celebrating its 25th anniversary on an international front with the screening of its films at the prestigious Galerie Jeu de Paume in Paris, no doubt a tribute to the film co-op's worldwide reputation for eclectic, experimental filmmaking.
On a crisp winter afternoon, two disc jockyes readied for a shift change in the Eclectic Radio Co.
FAU860) ECLECTIC RECREATION & LEISURE COMPANIES.
At last year's spring textiles market, coordinated bath manufacturers strongly featured what they called an eclectic look --pieces that were made to coordinate, but not necessarily match.
In this volume, Jordanova is a practitioner of the kind of eclectic interdisciplinary approach one finds in Sander Gilman's Difference and Pathology: Stereotypes of Sexuality, Race, and Madness (Cornell, 1985), or, more recently, in Marjorie Garber's Vested Interests: Cross-Dressing and Cultural Anxiety (Routledge, 1992).
Pink Sheets: OBNI) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Eclectic Entertainment, Inc.
Youngsters from Thornaby Academybased Eclectic Dance Academy, above, took their first International Dance Teacher's Association (IDTA) exams recently, with all members gaining a pass mark.
Once you combine an eclectic mix like that with some retro chic, you're onto a style winner that never looks as though it's working too hard - and isn't that the kind of style and person we'd like to reflect?
Tourje and his art are an apt reflection of this mixed, eclectic reality; being half Mexican and having grown up in the eclectic environs of Northeast L.