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He has been age-appropriate, expressively and receptively, for years.
But this is just what makes the works on paper more expressively alive than the later paintings, which seem to have polished the nuanced surface of the works on paper to an almost empty perfection.
Awards were similarly given to representatives of companies that were shown in the report to have expressively advanced Oman's energy agenda: the Port of Duqm, GlassPoint, the Oman Oil Company, the Takamul Investment Company, CC Energy Development and Mitsui E&P Middle East.
The world premire of Cecilia McDowall's 'Seventy Degrees Below Zero', for tenor soloist (an expressively clear, if slightly selfeffacing Robert Murray) and chamber orchestra, also used Scott's words, in addition to poems by Se[sz]n Street to provide a 'then' and 'now' approach.
25), they come forth tender, juicy and expressively seasoned.
They are not only expressively complex and art-historically self-conscious but also phenomenologically and epistemologically suggestive: They raise the question of what we see when we claim to see and answer it contradictorily, implying an unresolved tension between finished gestalt form and "incomplete" gestalt-free flickering.
In this style of puppetry the performers are visible onstage and move expressively as part of the performance.
The steel structure radiates out expressively from the huge concrete support and the detailing is crisply honed.
The sleek, expressively designed Avenger is aimed at the sport coupe buyer who wants it all: comfort, style, driving enjoyment and affordability.
CombineNet's sourcing optimization technologies support Expressive Commerce(TM), the strategic sourcing initiative that allows buyers and sellers to communicate supply and demand more expressively, collaboratively and strategically.
But beyond this spectacle there was also evidence of the wonderful educational work NYOGB engenders, beginning with the extraordinary Bow-Wave by Peter Weigold, under the composer's direction Prepared during the few days at Denstone, in collaboration with the musicians themselves, this proved a tour de force of performance, played from memory, expressively choreographed, and exploiting the additional strengths of the youngsters, not least cellist Alex Rolton's accordion-playing.
Justina's wonderfully charming story is expertly enhanced with the matching illustrations of Mitch Vane who is able to expressively capture Becca's exuberance and light heartedness during her seeming adversity.