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Not one to rest on his laurels, Locke has kept himself mighty busy in the time since as a prolific speaker and consultant and author of two books: last year's "Gonzo Marketing" and 2002's "The Bombast Transcripts." The former channels the philosophies of Hunter S.
VTR's marketing campaign in Chile, as notorious as Malone's bombast, identifies the company's new technologies with freedom and privacy, relatively new concepts to staid, sheltered Chilean society.
How did we leave a whole people vulnerable, at the mercy of rhetorical bombast on the one hand and relentless military assaults on the other, with no political strategy and no reprieve or protection?
Unlike most of the other statues whose objects struck bombastic poses for dramatic effect--many of them appeared as though they'd been surprised by snakes in their beds--the Pieta's drama came not from bombast but from the most human situation it depicts.
Says Safire: "Time for a new patriotism with less bombast but profound pride.
Crew spends time with outspoken, self-proclaimed movement liaison Bob Lokey, freshly minted 19-year-old zealot Jonathan OWoole, avuncular activist Neal Horsely (creator of the since-banned Internet medical directory dubbed "The Nuremberg Files") and Paul Hill, in a Florida prison for murdering Pensacola clinic workers Though each comes across spookier than the last, victims and pro-choice opponents don't fare much better in a lurid approach that cheapens the issue's human toll and the gravity of the debate Tech credits are mannered and heavy-handed, with portentous bombast of Wendy Blackstone's score working at cross purposes with troubling subject matter Vid was inspired by co-producer Daniel Voll's February 1999 Esquire profile of Horsely and his zealous pals.
Its importance lies in the oft-quoted referral to Shakespeare as "an upstart Crow, beautified with our feathers, that with his Tygers hart wrapt in a Players hyde, supposes he is as well able to bombast out a blanke verse as the best of you: and being an absolute Johannes fac totum, is in his owne conceit the onely Shake-scene in a countrey" (84-85).
His voice Lacks the power to sustain the military bombast in certain passages, but its sweetness makes him a joy to hear.
Dramatist who incorporated elements of Elizabethan plays (e.g., spectacular stage effects, violent action, histrionic bombast, the stock figure of the clown) into his own plays, particularly his Fastnachtsspiele, the farces performed at Shrovetide (the three days preceding Ash Wednesday).
He surveys a series of qualities erroneously called wit, such as bombast, crudeness, shallow cleverness, puns, and word games.
Snout the tinker, who is also given to bombast, takes the part of a most garrulous Wall.
Reagan has found a way to insulate the Democratic debate by manipulating the terms of patriotism and consensus with his bombers and bombast. He must not be allowed to destroy the party of peace within the divided Democratic coalition.