, and delightfully irreverent, this production will have you in stitches.
Couture C'ching/Dw i isio pob dim' (Couture c'ching/I want everything) runs the instantly catchy chorus; a pithier
comment on the nature of modern society one could not imagine.
Cayetano calls his assailant, cabron, which literally means a he-goat, but colloquially has a much pithier
meaning, with sexual connotations.
The recent and quite public outrage over James Frey's A Million Little Pieces calls into question Masters's pithier
dialogues with Stuart, and critic Carolyn See takes issue with the author's judgment in his handling of the subject.
They shrank stories, hoping that pithier
, flashier fare would help attract young people who don't like to read.
Actually their comments were briefer and pithier
, but I've accurately represented their sentiments.
Giovanni and Luigi Pithier
, and Benedetto Pistrucci.
It's hard to find, for example, a pithier
comment on the American character than that which appeared in his chapter entitled "Why the Americans Are So Restless in the Midst of Their Prosperity":</p> <pre> In America I saw the freest and most enlightened men placed in the happiest circumstances that the world affords; it seemed to me as if a cloud habitually hung on their brow, and I thought them, serious and almost sad, even in their pleasures.
Readers who prefer a pithier
but algebraic presentation of the argument which follows will find it in the Appendix.
the better: "The basic idea that all of us ought to have tattooed on some visible appendage is that the best editorials focus on a single idea.
What it shows is their recognition that the mind-reality issue was more complicated than their pithier
It's entirely possible, then, that there were bigger stories this year that we didn't recognize, better and worse examples than the ones that appear in our "Best & Worst," and quotes pithier
than we ever imagined.