Those itchy because they can't place Pastor's politics may be further exercised by the fact that, while her works may be classically Baroque in their architectural energy, in the end they are refreshingly, generically
American - due both to their implied threat of random violence and their loving attention to making nature more fabulous.
The researchers examined five popular brands of commercial protective gloves commonly used NIEHS -- three models made from natural rubber (known generically
as "surgeons' gloves"), and one variety each made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and polyethylene.
Gillies shows that Othello is generically
rather than specifically other: his African exoticism is telescoped into different forms of otherness by the Venetians who consistently associate him with Egyptians, Turks and Indians.
More skillfully constructed than his pieces, but lacking individuality, is Romanian choreographer Alice Minodora Necsea's generically
romantic abstraction, Serenade Opus 5, to staunchly conservative music by contemporary Slovak composer Eugen Suchon.
S hit-and-run spoof Gap posters are not as conspicuous a coup de main as one might wish: they look a bit too much like the Gap's own ads, user-friendly and generically
white--"Samantha, pink panther, wears an antiviolence whistle.
Tylus organizes the book generically