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"Mon dieu, a cavalier, he can't have that from you, Peter; tell Nancy she can put the flowers you didn't bring me in the vase she broke yesterday--and you sit down right here, we have a lot to talk about, the two of us!" Apart from a small dressing tabl e from her days as a movie makeup artist, and the wide-screened television resting on top of it, the room was accoutered only with shadows; before I had a chance to find a chair she had grabbed my arm and planted me on the edge of her bed.
The Art of Painting is one of Vermeer's most intellectually and formally ambitious works (and one of his most achieved), with its elegantly but anachronistically dressed painter seated at his easel, scrutinizing a model accoutered to symbolize fame, its wash of pale sunlight, and its delicate orchestration of warm grays and creams brought to life by dull oranges and intense blues.
That's anywhere from a half to a third what the BNPs charge for a similarly accoutered gun.
5), to its similarly accoutered Assyrian counterpart?12 A reliance on authorial assertions of "striking similarity" is found elsewhere in the "The Assyrian Tree." In fig.
It never was done until some three years back, when some six or seven arrived fully accoutered in Indian fashion.
For this, social workers must be accoutered with a framework or strategy to guide them in determining which principle, value, or obligation to honor foremost when ethical obligations conflict.
One poor man brought along a cow, accoutered in the appropriate white vestments, because "the kids will need milk."
Few are in any position to refuse his offers." Chris Ofili, painter of the dung- accoutered Holy Virgin Mary, has written that "a lot of artists are producing what is known as Saatchi art.
we want a little disinterested culture to make head against cotton and capital, especially in the house." (1:263) Accoutered in learned sound-bite equivalents, Sir Hugo's hypothetical intellectual is commercialized in anti-industrial terms: rather than make himself into a "machine," he invests his capital in the appeal of "disinterested culture," and sees its return in the shape of political clout.
During one of their arguments, Tshembe wears African traditional robes while Abioseh is accoutered in the Catholic robes of medieval and modern Europe.
nuclear threat, dangling over it throughout the Cold War, and the clear enemy to the South, with its thriving economy and richly accoutered military.
Accoutered with a childlike patriotism and a homemade Bowie knife, Woodcock was initially a member of the Gamaliel (Monroe County) Home Guards in Kentucky.