All the more important, then, to project her initial impetus in the most vivid, extreme,
A 72-year old lady claimed to be 'a wee bit
extravagant' because she had three lights on.
Their class origins, too, were rapidly fictionalised, but the notion of a sudden demotic invasion of polite letters can only be called
Noir Frêne Mode CHshop et européenne américaine extravagant.
Do the entities presupposed by the paradigmatic model for possible worlds (worlds, accessibility, identity) literally exist or are they just
His judgement may have failed him, or he may simply have been unable to restrain the canons from making these
At the same time frivolous and
extravagant habits have set in, and even rash and extreme tendencies are not unknown.
The reason is that the claims that remain become both less
extravagant and increasingly difficult to refute.
Another training officer at this firm was a married man, less
extravagant and more self-disciplined than his counterpart, although lacking his flair.
Much of the music is replete with long phrases,
extravagant decoration, complex rhythmic simultaneities, and close to athematic writing.
extravagant costume evidently fit more conveniently into their exotic notions of their surroundings.
In other words, what techniques did the singers have at their disposal for elaborating and enabling such florid and
extravagant vocal practices to take shape?
In some instances, clients' requests were seen as
extravagant or inappropriate.
Deputies are seen as people who receive
extravagant salaries and benefits but who do no work.
The familiar failures of leadership and examples of
extravagant demagoguery are paraded.