true to nature

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and these things being its "chief" delights-and then the pre-eminent beauty and naturalness of the concluding lines, whose very hyperbole only renders them more true to nature when we consider the innocence, the artlessness, the enthusiasm, the passionate girl, and more passionate admiration of the bereaved child--
In the first pamphlet the battle between Don Quixote and the Biscayan was drawn to the very life, they planted in the same attitude as the history describes, their swords raised, and the one protected by his buckler, the other by his cushion, and the Biscayan's mule so true to nature that it could be seen to be a hired one a bowshot off.
At Windygates, as elsewhere, we believed History to be high literature, because it assumed to be true to Authorities (of which we knew little)--and Fiction to be low literature, because it attempted to be true to Nature (of which we knew less).
True to nature, the weather gets colder as you ascend to the peak and if it is not your lucky day, it might rain before you descend and even get misty.The Kenyan Backpacker described hiking on Elephant Hill as: The weather at the summit was too cold as the rain had already started.
It was at Noma that I realised that I wanted to use local produce and be true to nature. I tend to opt for plant-based menus - I myself eat vegan on weekdays and go pescatarian on weekends.
"He's been able to advise us on the sound effects to make sure what we've got is representative of what we're seeing, and it feels true to nature."
Sensient Natural Origins(tm) is a comprehensive range of authentic "true to nature" extracts that come from the named source and thus fulfil the highest expectations.
The development breathes life into the serenity of the emirate, while keeping true to nature. The upbeat hub of the development provides an array of facilities and entertainment outlets, allowing for residents and visitors to enjoy the best of what Ras Al Khaimah has to offer.
Their main influences were Japanese print and French realism and a large number of their works were done outdoors, allowing them to produce paintings that were as true to nature as possible.
One of the project's requirements is that students may only have one thing in the painting that is true to nature, but everything else, including the animal, must have the colors replaced (grass cannot be green, a bear brown nor the sky blue).
brand in the marketplace; after all, the benefits of these products are perfectly in line with the brand's core values of TRUE TO NATURE and TRUE TO LIFE," says Erlon Pereira, Global Director for Citrus Business Development, Flavor and Nutrition, referring to the latest member of the NATURALLY CITRUS!