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68) "Given the ethereality of conception, substantiating it requires a persuasive creation story describing in words, more often than proving through tangible evidence, how the inventor originated the invention .
In The Last Tournament, the ethereality of Arthurian music contrasts with the fleshliness of Tristram's.
Moreover, the stylish presence of Master Wu Wai ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) (played by Wu Jia-xiang [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) shrouds the whole plot and atmosphere with an air of weirdness and ethereality.
Cabic's dreamy, West Coast acoustica has shed most of its outsized ethereality and become more focused on well-crafted and evocative songs," a Harp reviewer says.
56) Isabel's image draws links with religious joy and ethereality as her accomplishments and self-discipline signify hope for other homeless young people.
I dress expensively, however, projecting a dark ethereality that has its own charm.
with the Clouds, whose ethereality and mistiness perfectly symbolize the Philosopher's own vaporous thoughts (3)--is reported to have stood up in his place in the audience in order to be recognized.
Furthermore, the liberationist critiques of both radicals and Marxists had become irrelevant, speaking as they did to the conditions that pertained under the reign of "economic man" but not "psychological man," the characteristic human type of the new therapeutic age who had been effectively liberated from the allegedly repressive, authoritarian bourgeois order only to find himself enslaved by his own seeming ethereality and the paternalistic state.
But there is musical substance here, particularly in the Tsabropoulous pieces, and at their best Tsabropoulos and Lechner achieve a combination of floating ethereality and substantial musical insight that is quite exciting.
But while that is all fairies, sylvan glades and ethereality ( it marked the first appearance of female dancers flitting dreamily across the stage on their pointes ( Matthew Bourne gives us an earthier, modern take.
First, Dea begins to lose her ethereality for the maturing young man: "un certain epaissement de chair finit [.
He was among the pioneers of the rediscovery of direct carving; somehow, the medium accomodates fragmentation and ethereality, whereas in painting these become less a matter of touch than of a way of seeing.