Gin drinking was much more unabashedly
mainstream than drug use is, as were its proponents, which rendered gin advocacy more socially acceptable than, say, marijuana advocacy.
proud of being home to so many successful minority firms and we're looking for many more.
Over the years, ODC has made something of a specialty of work that unabashedly
entertains even as it hopes to illuminate.
Whereas the best in world cinema is often a festival's biggest draw, Local Heroes Winnipeg unabashedly
promotes its unique stance as an all-Canadian film festival.
Wright, who left Chicago in 1937 and Communism some years after, was anomalous rather than paradigmatic: The black writers and artists who formed the nucleus of the South Side Community Art Center, many of whom produced unabashedly
pro-Communist art, were far more representative.
The 4-page newsletter ($15/year) is witty and unabashedly
liberal--railing against corporate America and Congress and digging up dirt "about the CIA, FBI, DEA, ATF, DIA, NSA, and even the PTA.
His sense of holy crusade was heightened by his unswerving devotion to prophet and strongman Roberto D'AuBuisson, a cashiered National Guard major who unabashedly
preached that the end of communism justified any means.
explores people's quest for faith-led lives.
embraces theoretical frameworks and constructs that many feminists (including most of those represented in this volume) would categorically reject.
Says Kelley, "The S Factor is about women rediscovering their own shapes and their muscles, overtly, playfully unabashedly
But Watts and everyone else at the Cabana Club after party unabashedly
praised co-star Edward Norton and screenwriter Ron Nyswaner for their stamina during the decade it took to make the film based on W.
He is courted by the young, the tolerant and the cultured of the country, and is unabashedly
comfortable in his sexuality: "I am gay and that's a good thing" (Nat.