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There is also a Spartan spareness to the narration, as distinguished from what the characters including Socrates are quoted as saying.
And this visual spareness threw all the focus onto the quality of the performers.
In Chui Chai the dancers transform from ancient to contemporary, male to female, and spareness to s splendor.
He spoke about the spareness of crime writing--good crime writing--and the economy of detail that speaks volumes.
When the action moves to practical locations such as Mario's apartment or a restaurant where he has dinner with Elena Flores, the young dancer he determines to cast in a lead role, the spareness of the performance space is striking.
We have Nicholls to thank for the spareness with which he is campaigned, as he is given a racing programme designed to preserve him and not expose him to inevitable wounds of attrition that frequent fighters inevitably incur.
Although less known, Giacometti was also a painter, and his monochromatic works, often done in tones of gray and featuring a single human figure, are stripped down of detail and haunting in their spareness.
928300 60 [theta] Algorithm Spareness in H 0 APBB2 35 Lin 35 Lee-Seung 20 0.
The distractions of life take people out of themselves, he said, but the spareness and quiet of Cistercian architecture, its emphasis on proportion and the subtle play of light, are meant to do just the opposite, centering people so that they become more interior and discover God within their hearts.
But spareness, if you're not Hemingway, often removes the tics and flourishes that make a writer unique, and there are too many lean, beautiful short stories out there that sound as if they are all written by the same MFA graduate.
Melanie Little adeptly weaves historical information into her tale to fashion a more complete picture of the period, and the poems that make up the story are evocative in their simplicity and spareness.
From this direction came a preference for simplicity and spareness (embodied in William Morris' famous dictum that you should have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful), which implied a restraint of consumption, and an aspiration for the 'green city' (or 'City Verdant'--to use Gropius's term in The New Architecture and the Bauhaus translated by Morton Shand), the city permeated by nature.