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You will find it bestrewn with no less than six warning labels.
Four grassy mounds are there beside the creek, Bestrewn with sprays and leaves from the old trees Which moan the ancient dirges that have caught The heed of dying ages, and for long The traveller passing then in safety there Would call the place--The Creek of the Four Graves.
On the other hand, insofar as his entire production is bestrewn with stereotyped, degrading, and patriarchal remarks about woman, a positive reading of his views appears highly problematic for feminism" (2).
Nor would it presumably surprise an 'uncanny' anomalist to discover that Simon Schama's dialectic-ally constructed Dead Certainties/Unwarranted Speculations (New York: Knopf, 1991) is bestrewn with artifacts that look like evidence ('exhibit A, for the prosecution, your honour'), but are not specifically invoked as such in the text (fig.
It was bestrewn with bones and hair, flooded with streams of blood, and littered on every side with many thousands of bodies - blood-befouled, headless bodies of elephants, horses, and warriors - and bunches of heads without any bodies.
The two are bestrewn with Gothic details created to harmonize with nearby Trinity Church.
And coming from a garden, Tom: bestrewn with flowers by children's hands: thy little sister Ruth, as light of foot and heart as in old days, sits down beside thee.
As we have already noted, that path is bestrewn with multiple, fragmentary, and pathetic images of weeping fathers, and so the picture of a fundamental ambivalence emerges more clearly.
She began with Debussy's Prelude a l'Apres-Midi d'un Faune, bestrewn with orchestral solos (and it's worth pointing out that the crucial flute opening was sensuously delivered by Marie-Christine Zupancic, its answering horn call evocatively played by Elspeth Dutch, the heart-piercing violin solos came from concertmaster Zoe Beyers - all women).
But even before she took her swim in the lake, we hear that her skin color surpasses the color of the olives in this country which is so bestrewn with olive blossoms and olives, they may claim their own dominion as one of the Divinities of Italy's floral Empyrean.
Only one tuft of grass did wave Above that sterile desert Grave Bestrewn with leaves and withered sprays, And only one blue flower did gaze Timidly up, as near I trod, From 'twixt the dry lips of a broken clod.
The expanded field of today's body art is bestrewn with what one might call "collateral bodies": paid performers, volunteers, or unwitting contributors, whose physical contribution to the art-making process is crucial but whose status is liminal (neither accredited producers nor consumers).