In the first place, is it a Lesbian paean
sung to the aulos, or a paean
sung to a Lesbian aulos?
BILL Clinton's speech at the Labour conference was a paean
of praise for Tony Blair.
Highly recommended for its evocative power, its warning about abusing nature, and its paean
to the abiding human spirit in the face of unimaginable hardship.
The lead track on Woman Dangerous, "Simple Life," is an anthem for Roberts's return, a paean
to being yourself and not making apologies.
Method is--in Taylor-esque tradition--a modern paean
to the glory of male athleticism.
That epic paean
to a slave-era South had caused blacks so much pain that it was amazing that he could say such a thing.
Aside from its allusions to a number of ancient Chinese symbols such as the square and circle representing heaven and earth, the theatre is a paean
As published in the paper's February 24 edition, Swed opined that "Richard Strauss' epic opera 'Die Frau Ohne Schatten' (The Woman Without a Shadow) is an incomparably glorious and goofy anti-abortion paean
The Giants big wave paean
featured such aquatic marvels as Greg "Da Bull" Noll attempting to explain his penchant for big drops to the New York Times.
The second number at each show is an obligatory paean
to the regime; the group speeds through it in two minutes.
The poem is an indictment of her African roots and a paean
to her captors and their religion.
In the following chapter, Eriksen addresses Vasari, giving particular emphasis to Vasari's paean
to the design of St.