"I also believe with my colleagues here that this is indeed a travesty
A Silverstone spokesman said: "If Lewis Hamilton became world champion it would be an absolute travesty
for him not to have a home race.
Of Law should dominate those on the far side.
This tragic travesty
is being played out against certain facts about AIDS that are now undeniable.
But I suspect it may have been funnier when performed by Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, the travesty
troupe Anastos cofounded and for which he originally created the piece.
What makes his work so attractive, however, is its construction of a related paradox in public: the suggestion that the attempt to redeem spirituality through art at the moment of consumer culture's rise to universal power would inevitably fashion the spiritual in (involuntary?) travesty
Burnley manager Steve Cotterill left Ninian Park claiming Cardiff's 2-0 win was 'a travesty
' and that his side 'dominated' the game.
Of Law set up some big summer dates with a dazzling display of front-running in the five-furlong novice auction race.
spectacle is greatly entertaining, but what gives it dimension is the appearance in the Grand Pas Classique of a genuine star: Tationa Youbetyabootskaya (Bart de Block), who needs no mugging to hold attention.
Hunter Reynold's performance piece as alter-ego Patina du Prey, Patina du Prey's Memorial Dress, 1993, is a travesty
of the AIDS Names Quilt.
EX-Marine and TV Celebrity Fit Club expert Harvey Walden slammed Britain's lack of a medal for troops injured or killed in combat as a "travesty
He said: 'It is clear to any visitor that this area is of outstanding natural beauty and it would be a travesty
of dramatic proportions to build 320 houses on the site.'