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Lit (esp of writings, style, etc.) free from obscurity
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The big calcite crystals are highly lustrous and limpidly colorless and transparent; some are fat scalenohedrons while others are face-rich, complex, nearly equant forms of generally rhombohedral aspect.
Darling, for his part, does a terrific job of dealing with the two "women" in his life, the strain of emotional conflict limpidly drawn across his face and heard in his placating voice.
In their interpretation Hindemith's Sonata for Clarinet and Piano literally lives and breathes good humour, the music flows limpidly and airily, with a peculiar light suggestion of melancholy.
Heyward also doubled as the nameless and largely speechless "Daughter to Antiochus," her face-obscuring veil firing the audience's curiosity and also, I suggest, helping Heyward complicate Gower's opening condemnation of her as a "bad child" whose beauty lures her father into incest (John Harrell, here proving once again his talent for making even the most convoluted prose limpidly clear).
The first thing to say about this novella, limpidly translated by Sandra Smith, is that it has almost none of the historical immediacy of Suite Francaise.
Long-held, wide-angle shots, limpidly lensed on HDcam by Geyrhalter himself, are often taken from the prow of tractors or cranes and are used to create an eerie, machine-eye traveling view of fields and spaces.
Back in the 1920s, as related in Maria Triaca's limpidly ventriloquial English "autobiography" of her grandmother Amelia Musso Tilbury, Amelia's household in Melbourne boasted a pet sulphur-crested white cockatoo (of a large and handsome species common in the area).
Even as a teenager, he played with the art that conceals art, and no one has ever made a better recording of this most limpidly Bellinian of piano concertos.