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Depending on the system, this companion may be a burned-out star known as a white dwarf, a city-sized remnant called a neutron star (also known as a pulsar) or, most exotically, a black hole.
Kralj revealed that he played in North American to try and make it in the American Hockey League - but never made it beyond the Central Hockey League, playing for the likes of the exotically named Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees, Lubbock Cotton Kings and Rocky Mountain Rage.
Summary: Among the most prevalent Western stereotypes about Muslim countries are those concerning Muslim women: doe-eyed, veiled and submissive, exotically silent, gauzy inhabitants of imagined harems, closeted behind rigid gender roles.
The exotically beautiful Nicolee shows her gratitude and friendship with Terry by giving her precious gifts of jewelry made from things found in the sea.
Maureen Messent in commenting on the case of the gay asylum-seekers, castigates Lord Rogers for his "oddly archaic notion of gay life" because he refers to gay men "enjoying Kylie concerts, drinking exotically coloured cocktails and talking about boys" (Mail, July 16).
This bright and breezy little picture book chronicles Jesse's journey through the distractions of the city and difficulties of getting her onto the punt ferry and up the steep hills to her exotically appointed pavilion on the cliff top.
While demonstrating, and sometimes dwelling too much on, the technical disadvantages of a literal "one-man crew," Gaurav Jani's road-trip docu "Riding Solo to the Top of the World" still provides an exotically absorbing armchair travel experience.
The illustrious designer had created exotically edgy costumes for Bojart on a dozen ballets that were re-created for the show, Grazie Gianni con Amore, performed by Bejart Ballet Lausanne (above).
The only complete work to survive is the exotically titled Bazaar of Heraclides, discovered (1895--tr.
101 Cataclysms is a pictorial celebration of cats of different colors, ages and pedigrees, from the exotically hairless Sphynx to the most common American Domestic cat, as such, the book makes for a very unique celebration of diversity around a subject rarely seen from that perspective, and it does give the concept a whole new and refreshing twist, In addition to the deliciously candid photography, Rachel Hale has cleverly interspersed famous "cat quotes" throughout the book to complement the images.
2003), describes YBA as something like Pop art in reverse: Where Pop art consists of high borrowing from low, YBA is fundamentally a low art, "more at home in an everyday media realm"--a low art that appropriates from high art, or, more precisely, from "that exotically fascinating category of commodities labeled 'American Fine Art.'" Yet is it possible to argue that where artists like Koons and Steinbach took Pop to one logical conclusion by collapsing art object into commodity, the YBAs took it to a related conclusion by collapsing high art into popular art, rendering them equivalent rather than opposite and ultimately erasing notions of hierarchy between high and low?
But as a kind of concession to incomprehensible native fish rituals in Europe, our conversation naturally turns to blowfish--the exotically poisonous delicacy served up in Tanaka's homeland.