Rough-hewn


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Rough-hewn

Timbers or lumber with a rough, uneven surface made by trimming with an axe or adze; sometimes used for decorative effect.
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"The core of his sound are his band's sometimes sweet, sometimes rough-hewn three-part-harmony vocals and a piano-ukulele-bass-and-drums rhythm section that swings in a variety of textures."
JON ALLEN sWeet deFeat The voice of a young Rod Stewart and the songwriting style of Billy Joel, Jon Allen's not breaking new ground with his second album of rough-hewn acoustic singersongwriter material.
NEXT Friday, the Victorian splendour of Gateshead's Old Town Hall will resound to the rough-hewn rustic twang of the North Carolina singersongwriter Malcolm Holcombe.
The American design/culture writer based in Italy offers advice on rough-hewn stone walls, terra cotta roof tiles, hand-cut interior features, wall finishes, cucinas, bathrooms, and gardens.
The rough-hewn installation Pinocchio Is on Fire, 2010, for example, employs sound and mock interviews to unearth historical events and cultural phenomena that have affected the African-American community in Los Angeles.
Your Tudor peers feared fire, the rough-hewn block:
And yet it can be fascinating to watch a dancer maneuver the rough-hewn, random-seeming coordinations.
From AoWinter WonderlandAo to AoSilver BellsAo to AoFirst NoelAo, itAAEs a bizarre and bewildering collection that, in many ways, embodies the rough-hewn traditionalism and forehead-slapping surrealism thatAAEs defined DylanAAEs career.
Therese Virserius Design also created case goods as part of the line, including a 60-inch console table with aubergine stripes on an ebony wood and 42-inch square cocktail tables composed of rough-hewn wood and tone-on-tone black banding.
Signals were reflected back from the rough-hewn lunar terrain and detected by two of Goldstone's 34-meter (112-foot) antennas on Earth.
The rough-hewn game of powerful novice Viktor Troicki was unsuited to the windy conditions in Indian Wells and the promising Serb was thrashed 6-4 6-2 by David Nalbandian in the round of 32 in California.
English aristocrat Kidman meets a rough-hewn local (Jackman) and reluctantly agrees to join forces with him to save the land she inherited.