At a time when Haliburton and other well-connected contractors are reaping billions of dollars in reconstruction contracts in Iraq and wealthy Americans are enjoying generous tax breaks, King's remark that "we are on the side of the wealthy and the secure, while we create a hell for the poor" still rings piercingly
They are very easy to find at night because unlike the rest of the village, not to say the miles of open countryside which surround it, this narrow cul-de-sac is lit up by an array of piercingly
bright street lights
Featuring appearances by a brilliant team of A-list musicians, including frequent Ani DiFranco collaborator Julie Wolf, Smashing the Ceiling is an exquisitely produced, sumptuous feast for the ears that showcases Hsu-Li's piercingly
personal lyrics and shining voice over 10 tracks.
One shouldn't get too close to one's own language, that is an insult, it is quite capable of repeating something after itself, piercingly
loud, so one cannot hear that which it says it had been told to say earlier.
Aldyn, whose piercingly
Caribbean-blue eyes were but one highlight of a maximum-appeal physical package, played the romantic leads in H.
He then looked piercingly
at the presiding judge, and, presumably noting my English accent and charming lisp, asked, in tones of Perry Mason-like triumph, "Did you, by chance, find the naked men stimulating?
In the end, he decided that stainless steel could shimmer nearly as piercingly
He was piercingly
succinct, for instance, on the subject of popular much- injured veteran American Todd Martin, who always seems condemned to playing exhausting, five-set marathons.
They are of different races and backgrounds, often with little in common except that their tales feel grittily, piercingly
real, told in voices so authentic that one would think Frank, a Brooklyn clinical social worker, had a tape recorder running.
His voice is as piercingly
perfect as any in bluegrass, and his rhythm guitar technique is unparalleled--the celebrated "G run" that punctuates the end of so many phrases in bluegrass songs was probably his invention.
In 1996 Woodson branched into adult fiction with Autobiography of a Family Photo, bringing spare, piercingly
poetic prose to a coming-of-age story of a young girl searching for herself through the haze of her dysfunctional family.
More to the point, his understanding of television as an extension of the human nervous system is not only piercingly
insightful, it begs the entire issue of the alleged passivity of watching TV.