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The top floor flat even has a modish sleeping loft overlooking the living space below.
Adams added a cool modish melody with his second guitar, keyboards and ray gun to the group's blend of classic rock and punk a la the Velvet Underground and the Cramps.
Modish menswear Cashmillion knits pounds 8, tint jeans from pounds 5, casual and formal twill shirts pounds 6, and semi-lined tuxedos pounds 50
ONE OF THE PUZZLES OF WORLD DANCE IS WHY THE NEW YORK-BORN WILLIAM FORSYTHE IS REVERED ALL OVER EUROPE FROM MOODY PARIS TO MODISH LONDON AS PROBABLY THE WORLD'S LEADING CLASSIC CHOREOGRAPHER, yet is little more than a cult figure in the United States.
To keep his throne - if he ever gets it - Charles will need all his wide range of genuinely-held and helpfully modish concerns about young people, ugly buildings, GM crops and organic food.
That a book of such apparent specialization should also be translated into English may, at first glance, seem somewhat peculiar: especially since, as the author concedes, the subject is hardly modish even amongst Italian scholars.
But the modish bibliography may well cause less theory-prone readers to give up.
That's Entertainment: The modish comedy Getting Straight was panned by critics.
Among other highlights are intelligent discussions of the "failure of global government," the spread of American popular culture, and the currently modish anti-globalization backlash.
Hair-splitting them to shreds or nitpicking them to death simply is of no interest for us, so that the sect of deconstructionism, once so modish, begins more and more to resemble the Emperor's New Clothes.
After dutiful references to currently modish specters such as cyber-warfare--"tiny fiber-optic threads" carrying "viruses as incapacitating as an armed attack"--and the menace of our old "rogue state" friends, the North Koreans, the Iranians, and the Iraqis, McCain declared that "ballistic missile defense is now a national priority, not just another Pentagon program.