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flamboyant

Architecture of, denoting, or relating to the French Gothic style of architecture characterized by flamelike tracery and elaborate carving
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crime, Valev's flamboyancy sparked the media attention of the
Previous Mayors, councillor Ian Lloyd famously uni-cycled during his year in office and former councillor Don Navarro brought some flamboyancy to the civic role when he took part in Nuneaton's Carnival in full traditional Caribbean carnival headwear and outfit.
Drawing upon the example of Pentecostal pastors, Tella presents himself as a 'Man of God', and, copying the leaders of the Pentecostal mega-churches' flamboyancy (cf.
"There's a flamboyancy to everything which sets it apart from other styles."
It was the flamboyancy. We find it hard to relate to him because there's that flamboyancy that you had with David Bowie as well" - TV's Eamonn Holmes sparks a row over his comments on the late rock star.
It was the flamboyancy. We find it hard to relate to him because there's that flamboyancy that you had with David Bowie as well" TV's Eamonn Holmes sparks a row over his comments on the late rock star.
Angry viewers vented their anger on Twitter, with one commenting: "Eamonn Holmes not too keen on Prince's flamboyancy - Well I'm not too keen on Eamonn's buoyancy myself."
However their penchant for flamboyancy and general rubbishness sees them make this list quite comfortably.
Being an elite and belonging to a privileged class also have attributes of flamboyancy and arrogance associated with consumerism, demeaning of local school system and the allure of the West, especially France as the model (pp.
"The accusations that the grand jury made were no worse, no more grievous, than Bullock's normal flamboyancy," he said.