Both green and yellow Chartreuse
and Benedictine are favorites.
Germain 1/4 ounce or dash of yellow chartreuse
3/4 ounce pineapple juice 1/2 ounce lemon juice Shake all ingredients and strain into a cocktail coupe.
Black mondo grass can disappear in a border, but pair it with powdery blue, peach, or chartreuse
foliage, and it really pops.
The sight of a grown man in a chartreuse
shirt jumping onto the roof of a car suggests Beem's harder work and sharper play hasn't made him a dull boy.
IN 1987, German film-maker Philip Groning asked the monks of the Grand Chartreuse
monastery near Grenoble in France if he could make a documentary about them.
Equally choleric is Bindweed and Red, a densely populated expanse of appendages in gnawing chartreuse
that perceptibly warps ambient light with its volatile fluorescence.
Le Desir selon l'Autre: etude du Rouge et le noir et de la Chartreuse
de Parme a la lumiere du "desir triangulaire" de Rene Girard.
The fly in the ointment, or, more specifically, the worm in this Edenic apple-tree grove, was Viola, a wriggling serpent in chartreuse
, determined to wreak havoc on this crew's cloistered morality for the sport of it.
The 400-piece, hand-blown tower stands 20 feet tall and consists of twisting citron and chartreuse
glass bulbs and spirals that slowly meld and transition into cobalt blue at the base of the tower.
A brief outline of the historical context would also be useful to undergraduate readers, and some comment on the relationship of La Chartreuse
de Parme to the picaresque tradition, with its adventures, duels, and love affairs.
However, such hot colours as the chartreuse
balustrade upstairs or the bright cherry glass walls to members' rooms below, on the 51st floor, suggest that Gluckman Mayner felt that here, in hyper-capitalist Tokyo, more was needed than discretion.
Adjacent to the Vercors is another grand massif, the Chartreuse
, and it is upon the northern slope of these mountains, where the trees gather together in V-shaped runoff valleys, that the peripatetic philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau briefly settled.