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she went on, lowering her dress for the host and the audience as proof that her sizable chest was unadorned.
He can play with real percussive force, but he can also play with great delicacy and space, and knows when to leave a folk tune unadorned, or a jazz classic gently nuanced.
The self-confessed singleton, 38, proudly flashed her unadorned left hand - and her perfect pins - at the Madrid premiere of her new film Bad Teacher.
Here are served 28 unadorned papers on a topics relating to vegetables from an array of perspectives.
If Presbyterians are unadorned, then it follows that they would be without pretence.
Another option is the sleek, chic, unadorned approach: Raf Simons, the minimalist Belgian designer and creative director at Jil Sander, has an ongoing collaboration with the iconic American bag maker Eastpak (styles range from $200 to $500; Eastpak.
But he still has that bare, unadorned look where the people dancing can suddenly get either very aggressive or so exposed you think they might start crying.
Built on unadorned concrete piles, it has a pared down, matter-of-fact quality.
Photographer and long-time visitor to Cape Cod, Tobyne has taken the text of Thoreau's accounts of his walking tours of the Cape from 1849 to 1857 and added pictures that evoke both the solitude of the coast in the nineteenth century and the clarity of the lucid, unadorned prose.
The first 30 unadorned models, including smaller versions which could find their way into schools, arrived yesterday.
The book is brief and written in a concise, unadorned style.
Fick's account of training, leadership, and combat is straightforward and unadorned, and he is refreshingly unselfconscious about his own baptism by fire.