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Not so Birtles, who argues the Scrivener-driven design is superior, ascetically, symbolically and in its practicality.
Not quite as ascetically functional as the 78, these models are now 'pimped' with colour-coded and chromed exterior trim, front fog lamps and colour-matched over fenders.
Kot," as he was known to his English-speaking friends and as Diment calls him, lived ascetically and scorned pursuit of renown.
While Hamilton represents Science in his 1825 letter to Lawrence as presiding ascetically over "its sphere of isolated intellect," as if within the confines of the individual mind, rounded by its skull, he depicts Poetry as a sociable complement to it: "man is not a creature of intellect alone.
In his own life, Fanon would live almost ascetically, refusing to be comfortable if the commodities offered compromised his values.
Brasco Design + Marketing created an interactive and ascetically pleasing website that accurately highlights N.
Aspirations to money, merit, morality, prosperity, knowledge, a leader or even a Karen king--a millennial modernity achieved by an ascetically inspired life--are perhaps utopian.
Violent and romantic images harmonize into an ascetically pleasing bricolage whose intertextuality is obscure.
I choose to chop the leaves because I felt it was more ascetically pleasing and also would help speed composting at the soil level.
After describing conceptions of children in antiquity and the use of the phrase "Child of God" by Christians to conceptualize the status of all Christians, the authors lay out how Christian children experienced Christian households, played and worked, escaped some violence, worshiped, and, in some cases, lived ascetically.
This latest house designed by the young partnership of Mauricio Pczo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen consolidates a growing lineage of ascetically minimal dwellings.
This melancholy division, between a narrative dimension ascetically committed to things as they are, and an ideological dimension of passionate attachments and causes, is the ironic frame on which Elizabeth Costello's story is articulated, leading ultimately to a purgatorial domain without any further narrative possibility.