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Eric Owen Moss' latest addition to the fragmented urban landscape of Culver City in Los Angeles is a boldly gestural speculative office development intended to symbolise the area's civic renewal.
Individual testimonies and shots of thin faces and sparse hair occupied Gretchen Bender's sensitively filmed and boldly manipulated video interpretation; and I was often touched by the recorded voice of Odetta, so scratchy-sweet as she sang the heartfelt lyrics of Kenneth Frazelle during the first half of Still/Here.
As the label's President/CEO, Johnson has applied his proven business acumen and strong strategic planning, coupled with a carefully selected team of professionals, to boldly unveil the label's debut release, PROMISE, by ELVIS WHITE.
The second story line is much more interesting since the Defiant is boldly going where no man has gone before.
So in a way, I ended up doing the movie that Billy himself would never make, something that's sort of boldly and frighteningly personal.
The boldly articulated bays are infilled with curtain walling that reflects and refracts Oslo's distorted cityscape across its glossy skin.
In his choreography, as in puppetry, delicacy registers boldly with the audience.
INGLEWOOD - Boldly predicting a United States Davis Cup victory over the Czech Republic isn't the only strong opinion John McEnroe voiced this week.
The boldly kinetic The Bearers of Bad News (1989) had raised high expectations for Wim Vandekeybus, the two-time Bessie Award-winning Belgian dancemaker of the drop-and-flop school.
Apparently in defiance of the drab surrounding environment, a younger generation of architects is boldly designing houses that seem to defy the notions of Japanese domestic privacy and self-effacement and emblazon themselves on the city scene.
His success building high performance teams, and in boldly and strategically re-launching and expanding strong brands, in the U.
The winner, I say: Isaypete rallied boldly to the lead approaching the last turn and drew clear in the stretch for a four-length victory in the $100,000 Pomona Derby at Fairplex Park.