Sorbonne, for example, is described as "influenced by the French revolutionary actors, musicians and artists who lived on the Left Bank in Paris during the forties; quite a masculine story with a lot of greys and blacks with the addition of milk white." Contrastingly
, Montego Bay envisions an island-life existence, furthered by blue and white colours, the natural forms, wood and shells being a key part of the collection.
there will be wall-to-wall glamour at Deauville.
Other countries with contrastingly
low figures include Ireland (50), the UK (54), and France (84).
Appelbaum traces the transition from the myth of Cockaigne, a place of copious foods where peasant needs were satisfied and social injustices righted, to imagined utopias in which, although also lands without hunger, food was contrastingly
deemphasized, although not depoliticized: utopian dining is symbolically central to expressions of communist politics and reflects an increasing secularization and policing of food practices in literature during the period.
For second-in-command, Jessup chooses the contrastingly
, eAccess has a very healthy balance sheet, with expected profits for this year up again on sales over around 600 oku yen.
The potential gains for the United States from this summit, as outlined in a contrastingly
sane briefing by Assistant Secretary of State Kristen Silverberg on Wednesday, include the launch of a democracy-promotion fund that President Bush called for last year and that U.N.
They also appear, to me in any case, to represent the contrastingly
less developed (but by no means less important) state of textual criticism of Tibetan tantric literature in comparison to Kanjur studies.
, 39% anticipate telecommuting from home and 42% expect to work while travelling on business.
, they will spend much of the remaining year supporting television entertainer, Gary Wilmot.
, David Beckham -whose greatest strength used to be raking down the right flank and delivering the best crosses any player in the world could produce, looked wistfully inside more often than he should have done.
A fundamental point of reference for Stierle is the Dante-Petrarch relationship, which the author defines succinctly and contrastingly
in the first chapter as "The World of Dante and the World of Petrarch" (23-50).