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Romeo's Juliet is not only his Jule (jewel) of July, born on Lammas Eve in the fieriest part of the year, but also light breaking from a window and the sun rising in the east (1.
But there is little evidence, if any, that the American left will be able to avert its collective eyes from the ruin of its fieriest utopian fantasies, any more than the Truitts proved able to extract them selves from their narrow, saddening nostalgia, any more than Porter Shreve has been able to rid himself of his adolescent political attachments-and that the petulant, expansive Ours of his title, the outraged cry of a child, mayo well be on American lips and in American cars for years to come.
116) It was Lord Hoffmann, however, who delivered the fieriest rhetoric when, in concluding that there was no 'public emergency threatening the life of the nation', he declared that 'the real threat to the life of the nation .
This portrait of one of Hollywood's fieriest and most cantankerous screenwriters might seem like old news to Hollywood cinephiles and informed students of the blacklist era, but it will serve as a fine entry point for younger auds interested in learning about the price paid by moviemakers and their families swept up in the 1950s anti-Communist net.
Later on, most Britons took huge pride in their absolute tolerance of all immigrants and refugees, even the fieriest ones, like Karl Marx and some later terrorists, whom they resolutely refused to exclude or even extradite.
Johnson, published in Vancouver an essay filled with bloodhounds, mutilations, attempted rape, incest, floggings, and sudden discoveries of long-lost sons--the whole a potpourri of the fieriest of abolitionist tracts--Canadians reminded themselves, quite properly, of the irrelevance of this tale to their experience.
But Bellamy's transfer window move to Celtic Park has seen one of the fieriest temperaments in the game rediscover an almost unplayable slice of form in partnership with Welsh colleague John Hartson.
Miles's two nights at the Blackhawk witness some of his fieriest and most loquacious playing and some of his most complex harmonic improvisation.
ONE of the fieriest and most talented double acts in country music is about to hit the road again.
After reading the Bible, his plan was to let them have it with the fieriest sermon any preacher ever released in public.
The demon (a 10) contains a half-dozen of the fieriest chile peppers grown around the globe.
My favorite beverage: a fabulous mango tea that calms the fieriest of spices.