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Moody

Dwight Lyman. 1837--99, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with I. D. Sankey
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ANGRY seas, moody skies and an even moodier hero - yes, Poldark is back, and it's more lavish than ever before.
For this reason, if a day includes both brainstorm sessions and Excel work, science would advise playing happy music before the group session and transitioning to a moodier fare for the detail-heavy work.
As a whole the music tends to be on the moodier side of things.
Lighting has to be pleasant during the day and at night moodier.
Although the musician's moodier, less immediate second album failed to grab mainstream success - despite Robert Planet's input - it nonetheless confirmed him as an alluring, inspired and subtle songwriter.
From moody Michael Keaton to yet moodier Christian Bale, as well as the violently bleak Arkham Asylum video game, Batman is defined by conflict and self-doubt, where his idealism is constantly jaded by evil.
Insects come out to several different tunes, ranging from upbeat easy-listening to moodier minor-key instrumentals.
Compared to the sugary sweet feel of 2010's Teenage Dream and 2008's One Of The Boys, Prism may seem a moodier affair, but it's not really.
Compared to the sugary-sweet feel of 2010's Teenage Dream and 2008's One Of The Boys, Prism may seem a moodier affair, but it's not really.
The colors, for example, are darker with moodier tones that are woven into a high-tech mesh material, which seems to be the secret work of that a Hollywood costume designer.
Henry Cavill's costume in the new movie has darker, moodier tones than earlier incarnations of the superhero and there are no shorts, the New York Daily News reported.