Insistently and sometimes annoyingly, she provokes us to decode its connotations
In fact, he was very upset that some people have characterized his comments and analysis of cityhood to have racial connotations
Zon, MD encouraged researchers and the media to stop using the term, "cloning" because of its negative connotations
Whether ordinary dwelling or shelter, whether invested with utopian connotations
or not, the architectural projects are proposed as prototypes to be reutilized in new contexts.
But diabetes has earned those negative connotations
because we've been picking it up and trying to intervene late in its course when the complications have had a chance to get off to a running start,'' he said.
His best works--Hamlet and Ophelia Pas de Deux, Connotations
, Pulcinella (all for SFB) and White Mourning (for Ballet West)--are really ballet theater: fully realized tapestries woven from singular ideas, dramatic nuance (sometimes comic, more often intense), honest emotions, and imaginative, unanticipated phrases.
Consumers are looking for flavorful meal choices that offer connotations
of comfort," said Katherine Pluhar, marketing manager, Progresso Soup.
Then, as soon as you refer to "performance" in art, there are very clear historical connotations
It has many different connotations
on the Internet," Susan Larson, director of technical support for SurfWatch Software, Inc.
The combination of our improved liquidity, combined with the elimination of the negative connotations
associated with the litigation will be positive factors in pursuing our ongoing process of attracting a strategic alliance with an appropriate partner, a process currently being managed by our investment banker, West Ridge Associates.
The effect, while not at all nostalgic, nevertheless carries connotations
of the outmoded and is visually paralleled by the thrift-store (in Australian, "op-shop") look of his Dieter Roth--like amalgam of shelved equipment 0, 16, 33, 45, 78, 2004, a sculpture occasionally activated as a performance platform.
(23%) to excessive perspiration during a job