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Kosovo-born Halili, whose first name translates as Resplendence, came up through VfB Stuttgart's academy and was capped at under-16 level for the German national side.
When Sima Qian praised the resplendence of learning in the age of Han Wudi [r.
[His] tender imagination and philosophical concerns, the dignity he accords his characters, the risks they take and the connections they forge coalesce in a magnetic, indelible, mysterious yet forthright novel of rare compassion, gravitas and resplendence." DONNA SEAMAN
David Rockwell's endearingly suggestive swinging 60s sets, lit with jewel-like resplendence by Kenneth Posner, give us lots to ogle besides the girls and boys kicking, tapping and swirling about the stage.
This contrasts greatly with the prevailing restoration tales that involved the restoring of a regal figure to his or her former resplendence via magic after a disgraceful fall of some sort.
Nature has the ability to sparkle in every season and bursts of summer resplendence are brought in by brilliant lavender jacaranda trees peeping through dense conifers, wild roses cascading down a barren hillside, a flame of the forest in red profusion or the silver oak proudly presenting its mustard-orange flowers.
The Bundelkhand rugged forts & palaces speaks the legacy of its past with the tales of valor and chivalry and bear silent testimony to the resplendence of an era long gone by Bundelkhand which emerged from the mist of history during the rule of the mighty Chandelas in 9th century AD, governed the destiny of India for nearly three hundred years.
Alas, since Alexander McQueen's death, those shoes have been scarce on the ground- Still, my colleagues' question is provocative, not simply because it assumes that dress is an intrinsic aspect of public performance, especially one billed as concerned with academic fashion, but also because it runs counter to what many members of the professoriate seem to assume--that sartorial resplendence is suspect, mere superficial fluff distracting attention from the meaty intellect it shrouds, or that fashionable dress is a sellout--to capitalism, big business, what Roland Barthes dubs the fashion system, or all things perceived to be anathema to the life of the mind.
Such embodied resplendence, in turn, allows the ugly-duckling-turned-Swan to transcend to a celebrated sphere where working-class and/or ethnic excess have been transubstantiated into gorgeous womanhood.
Yes, the Hanover is many, many steps up the elegance ladder, but after delighting audiences for so long, the duo has earned the right to resplendence.
Seeing the painting in person, I was impressed with his bejewelled resplendence, his regal bearing ...