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Laconic Tales -- Cyprus 1974 by Elias Pantelides is published by Elias Epiphanou Publications and is available in bookshops.
Such is the laconic speech and Pavlov's reflex of this government and its messengers.
Admittedly, the plot is predictable and many big screen teenagers have stumbled and fallen just like the laconic hero of Wiesen's imagination.
Bowie's Jareth is a laconic despot (save for musical interludes), who rules over his kingdom in a mullet crown, jester's blouse and very tight pants.
In a typically melancholic tone, the Berlin-based artist tells laconic stories of life and fate.
And then there's Chris Connel's fantastic Shearer, the laconic hard man, the Clint-style gunslinger of Darras Hall.
Characters as diverse as Billy Hughes, Francis de Groote, Ned Kelly and Lola Montez are presented in a laconic and irreverent style.
Asked to put himself in Cowen and Lenihan's position to stop the recession becoming a depression, he stuck to his laconic Apprentice-style comments.
The ordinary people Jennifer O'Connor sings about are in extreme distress, though you'd never know it from her dry, laconic delivery.
The newlyweds issued a laconic statement, saying only that they tied the knot "in the presence of their families in the strictest privacy"
He describes the intended meanings and origins of such common newspaper names as Intelligencer, Post, and Times in addition to the often more idiosyncratic origins of monikers such as the Jimplecute of Jefferson, Texas and the Standard Laconic of Snow Hill, North Carolina.
This fatalistic view of life is reflected in Aidt's style: the descriptions are provided in a laconic and sober though, from time to time, explicit language when it comes to the topic of sexuality.