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Framed by a conversation between breathtakingly rendered animated versions of Landreth and Larkin and interweaving excerpts from Larkin's films (Walking and Street Musique), animated interviews with former partner Felicity and producer Derek Lamb, and kinetically manipulated still photographs of the younger Larkin, Ryan achieves a prismatic, even kaleidoscopic perspective on this deeply troubled man and gifted artist.
Supporters of SMART propose to take this carrot and stick approach to the next level, using it to achieve uniformity and reform among all states and across a breathtakingly broad swath of the insurance regulatory landscape.
Barnes, "wants to impose a breathtakingly conservative agenda in his second term.
Some ideas put forth by the Religious Right and its allies in Congress are so breathtakingly wrong-beaded that it is difficult to know where to begin criticizing them.
One of the moat celebrated Pnotographers in Bermuda has captured the essence of each element in Bermuda and made it breathtakingly colorful and full of light and texture.
history where companies produced breathtakingly unintelligent products and the public somehow faded to show interest.
Lit from above, the 11m high pine-clad space is breathtakingly warm, spacious and peaceful.
Among them is the simple fact that the marketing of such a genetically altered product represents nothing more than a scientific experiment on a breathtakingly grand scale.
In what would be a breathtakingly bold move against its upstart rival Amazon.
When I look at the calculated ground motions, they are just breathtakingly large," says seismologist Paul G.
In this Steams is, by sums, breathtakingly ambitious, dazzlingly insightful, and invites rebuff.
Born into a technological, urban society, we take industrial culture for granted; for contemporaries, it was breathtakingly novel and disorienting.