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She evocatively describes the 110-degree heat: "the desert is fierce, hot and predatory, the verdant oasis of Jericho all the more remarkable." They also discuss how Fraser will depict sand dunes in her diary, a reminder that, though it seeks to convey immediate impressions, this is still very much a constructed document.
SATURDAY'S stacked ECHO Arena boxing card has been evocatively billed as "Beautiful Brutality."
It started off with an introduction written by Balaborn poet Gruffudd Antur, and read evocatively by Rhys Ifans.
Its unconventional form--combining evocatively simple black-and-white illustrations with narrative poetry filled with neologisms and frequent enjambment--creates a compelling story that positions life as a game and questions our autonomy and free will.
Malorie's characters are evocatively realised with emotions featuring anger, fear, passion, pain, desperation and bewilderment on their faces.
THE evocatively named Talisman ticks all the boxes that D-segment customers have come to appreciate.
Most of us will know The Ouseburn, (which isn't covered) of course, but how about the Pandon Burn, the Lort Burn, the Skinner Burn, the Erick Burn, the Lam Burn, or the evocatively named Swirle?
Text and images are woven together to simply and evocatively show the link between Australia and France.
Rarely seen archive footage of working miners, the increasing mechanisation of the pits, the role of the trade unions, the North East's annual Miners' Gala and modern day aerial shots of the former coal-field sites was evocatively set to a score drawing on the region's brass music heritage.
This complex and intriguing coming-of-age novel, set evocatively in Northern Ontario and Toronto, interweaves the life stories of multi-layered, richly developed characters who explore the limits and boundaries of human communication as they deal with the challenges and possibilities of daily life.
Antonino Fogliani's conducting was evocatively flexible most of the time, but some hard-driving tempi made for a few musical and verbal scrambles.
Prospice is Latin for "look ahead," an apt designation for this beautifully wrought debut novel that evocatively portrays several generations of vividly drawn women, in the story of a family that learns, through sorrow and loss, to find happiness and the strength to look ahead.