I'd like to think the current owner inherited her so he's prepared to put up with all her little quirks and her flamboyancy
, and rather theatrical approach to the job," she adds.
Star Quality, Theatre Royal, Newcastle, until Saturday HAVING never seen a Nol Coward play performed before, I went along expecting two Coward trademarks: flamboyancy
It would be ideal if this progress could be announced with the flamboyancy
of a John Williams score in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, but in reality this reversal is subtle, bureaucratic, and over a decade old.
It also features Mika s trademark falsetto vocal acrobatics, which characterized "Life In Cartoon Motion" in moments of colorful flamboyancy
, occasionally bordering on pomposity.
It was about colour, flamboyancy
, friendliness and I think that came out on the television screens.
mixed with a carefree attitude was represented in her collection of panelled ankle-length dresses.
For example, in monumental the Key is VCC, in thesaurus VVC, and in flamboyancy
The singer admittedly was a man for Marmite tastes - you either embraced his flamboyancy
and suspicious American twang or you didn't .
We want to see that panache and flamboyancy
when you first came on the scene.
What stood outwas that Unitedwon the title, and deserved to, because they had a flamboyancy
about their play, whereas the Reds weremore cautious.
The apparent apathy has been fuelled by the dividing lines between parties becoming less tangible and the lack of traditional flamboyancy
among the candidates, she said.
Rushdie's fiction is that of resolve: writing and living despite the destructive power of history; Naipaul's fiction is that of resigned bitterness: whatever the dreams of triumph, reality will always ridicule their flamboyancy
and reveal their pretentiousness.