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Outro momento em que a edicao toma um rumo autoral e a sequencia escolhida para introduzir a categoria mais polemica do baile, realness. Neste ponto do documentario, e a primeira vez que soa a musica-tema do filme, o sucesso de 1978, "Got To Be Real", de Cheryl Lynn.
As a result, Myshkin fell short in "realness" in comparison with the monologic but irresistibly "wholesome" Don Quixote.
Several narrative threads run throughout the volume and certain thematics bridge the two sections, like fears of the maternal or feminine form; like the monster's 'realness'; like monsters as an index of empire and global expansion; like confusion between gods and monsters, seen regarding the Mayan tradition (chapter 8), and in relation to the Chinese Taotie (chapter 9), and the many armed Hindu gods of the East (chapter 15).
A few days ago I read an interesting missive in the GDN from a chap who appeared to be complaining that the quality, freshness and 'realness' of food in supermarkets was declining.
I saw leadership by example and a realness in Anthony."
Providing more insight to the realness of the situation, the author has included pictures of his son--the patient--through injury to rehabilitation.
Mystical and fantastical elements have gradually played a larger part as the series has unfolded, from the dragons of the title to the walking dead beyond the Great Wall in the north, but the lands of Martin's imagination have always retained a sense of realness and solidity rarely found in fantasy - or any fiction.
Mystical and fantastical elements have gradually played a larger part as the series has unfolded, like the dragons of the title, but the lands of Martin's imagination have always retained a sense of realness rarely found in fantasy.
Moreover, his use of the term "real" is significant here because it reflects the integral function of the concept of realness within the ballroom community, a concept that also helps to explain the efforts of its members to avoid discrimination, violence, and exclusion.
I never reviled Diddy as a Cristal-spilling goofball or the enemy of all rap realness; instead, I had No Way Out on constant car stereo rotation alongside Ruff Ryders, Wyclef, Master P and everyone else who was cranking out radio jams in the late '90s.
Clancy's vision, like the idea it would replace, has the appeal of realness mixed with new purpose.
"It is a big club but at the same time there is a down-to-earth quality, a realness I think is important."