For one thing, his unaccustomed exposure to challenge, so bracingly
on view in the new Democratic-controlled Congress in the past few days, may prove as healthy for the administration as it is for the nation.
Andrew Greeley's useful, bracingly
factual survey of religion and religious belief in Europe, more or less of today, certainly makes one wonder how the God whose death Nietzsche announced and whose absence seemed palpable in the killing fields of the twentieth century has made such a comeback.
I will smash the old LDP and forge ahead with a new LDP,'' he said bracingly
She was the wife of the British Ambassador to Turkey in the early 18th century, and a bracingly
unconventional woman who heard of a technique practised by peasant women to protect against the smallpox.
A recent sip of just-fermented Chardonnay destined for bubbles at Domaine Carneros by Taittinger reminded me that distinct varietal characteristics are the substance in the flute--in this case, bracingly
tart citrus, nuances of pear.
Next comes quite a change of pace, the quirky herky-jerky Four Pieces by Alban Berg, sounding like music from the moon, bracingly
Where this booty ended up is the subject of a recent and bracingly
well-documented book by Sterling and Peggy Seagrave called Gold Warriors: America's Secret Recovery of Yamashita's Gold--which includes a note from the authors listing the precautions they have taken should they be murdered.
In his bracingly
corrective view, Cohen concludes that "the
They offer a bracingly
positive assessment of the church's ability to enter into the fray of this pandemic and constructively participate in worldwide measures to prevent its spread.
Perhaps most bracingly
accurate is Brian Brivati's description of the minimalist outlook of new/"new"/New Labour: "power is the central currency and objective of the Government" (p.
They range from an unintentional parody of what many historians consider the misdeeds of supposedly historical literary criticism, to works by literary scholars that cannot help but enlighten historians, to an immaculate work of historical scholarship by an Oxford English don on Jacobean court preachers and a historian's bracingly
textual study of their rhetorical guiles, to a historian-college pastor's monograph on support for the prayer book and episcopacy in part dependent upon the literary analysts' emphasis upon rhetoric, to works of literary criticism whose engagement with politics is sustained and fruitful.
After one reads The Dialect of Modernism, Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance come to seem bracingly
relevant to one another.