12) At the same time, a search for its accompanying term, "laictage," reveals only one other instantiation of the term in the sixteenth century, when it is also used to cultivate an ambiance of rusticity
The Lord Poulett gives a glimpse of a 21st century dream local, where classical design fuses with earthy rusticity
The Maharashtrian table's hallmark is the rusticity
of its offerings, yet there were many elegant pairings just waiting to be discovered.
A hunter and fisherman who loves the rusticity
of central PA, Mike compares the shale boom to a "modern-day gold rush without stripping the land of its beauty.
I was not very old in the profession and was still struggling to adapt to the rusticity
of Uttar Pradesh after my migration via marriage to Lucknow from Delhi.
The 38-year-old serves up cultured rusticity
at two Michelin star restaurants in New York and has opened a third specialising in seafood.
However, due to its aggressiveness, reproduction capacity, high dispersion and rusticity
, its control is difficult and costly (Silveira et al.
Thus, while Bhangra was invented as the signifier of Punjabi regional identity by the newly formed state, it was resignified as a symbol of a homogenized Indian rusticity
by the film industry.
Taking advantage of the rusticity
of the Gir breed and from the dairy production of the Dutch breed, Girolando cows are currently the main source of milk production in Brazil with approximately 80% of dairy cattle in the country.
More succinctly, though, Mailer parallels Kerouacian impulses to inscribe emotions--love, the body, rusticity
, and tactility as the architectonic of democratic "spirit.
But when the sun is shining the inherent bleakness is transformed into a benign rusticity
despite the long shadows cast by the flock of wind turbines on the skyline.
Bonaventura's church, from dimension to the rusticity
of the architecture shows that the nucleus of poverty was capital in the life of early Friars Minor at Greccio.