It seemed like a slightly misjudged way of blending in to this northern latitude, as if after studying the language and culture they had overlooked the more nuanced variations of human physiognomy. Their prayers and their singing are full of their rich French intonation and cultural nuance. Still, one can't underestimate the nuance in Coogan's performance, that sense of unstudied naturalism that couldn't have been coached. It was all very serious, with a constant fear of getting some nuance wrong, of revealing the gauche suburban soul beneath the fishnet tights. Most of the propositions advanced by evolutionary psychologists are rather blunt instruments in the field, especially when it comes to emotions where nuance is often all. There is one weird nuance to Calendar spreads, though, when compared to regular spreads. There is much subtlety here, but these are the essential concepts.
Art in Island, a museum in Manila, created by a group of Korean artists, features over a hundred unique three dimensional paintings that encourage people to pose in front of them. It took me a while to grasp that the underlying nuance of its peppery black fruit aroma was a wet leather jacket. He was the master of the nuance, and the nuance was his lyricism, his special gift, his genius. One nuance Duguay revels in throughout the film is the use of mirrors, windows and reflections. Each has its own nuance, its own hidden traps and unexplainable kinks. The adverb 'what' modifies a verb, an adjective, or anotheradverb. When it came to food, Melissa preferred subtle nuance and lighthanded seasoning.
Its value lies in the nuance and reflectiveness of a number of the contributions, the capacity to tease out word and concept in a painstaking and thorough way. It was the Delaware tongue, all right, but with inflexions and nuances strange to me. Director Julie Bertuccelli has crafted an amazing film, one full of rich detail, quiet nuance and lovely performances. Try to learn the nuances. Oddly, the quality of the recording is stellar in contrast to the rest of the album's material, and every vocal tic and nuance is instantly palpable.
They are, at the same time, autobiographies that emphasize how memories and consciousness of the working of ethnicity in the United States inform and nuance their writing. Her characters are two-dimensional with no shading, nuance, or mixed emotions. Or to be even more nuanced, half above 85 cents and half above 16?. Physically small, these works are less about bold noise than intimate nuance, which demands a perspicacious eye. In a grammatical sense, they are both adverbs.
He has none of the subtlety and nuance of black conservative academics such as Thomas Sowell and Walter Williams. Window cleaners have an accident A terrifying ordeal for two window cleaners in China, as the platform they were working on began swinging violently and smashing into the building. Judging from a subtle nuance that reflects Steve's use of red next to black, I can identify every picture tha … t belongs to Steve. Bella: And what would be your cover above 85 cents or above 16? It refers to the fact that, for about one hundred years, the kings … of Spain were also kings of Portugal, but these kings are not considered Portuguese by modern Portuguese people. Whether or not the devil truly is in the details, nuance most certainly is! As a fact checker, I'm responsible for verifying every last name, number, and nuance of every article I see. The new animation done specifically for this release captures every nuance of the series.
Here, Atwood muses on the imprecision that naturally attends communication through language. Here it is all delicate—a study of nuances and subtle relationships. And the subtlety of their ostentation drew my attention. She is a creature of soupons and nuances and intuitive niceties. Show More Sentences In painting he is a master of nuance, but as a penman he tends to the workmanlike.
Sometimes the beliefs are valid and the challenges only show you more nuance. She didn't understand the nuances, but the basics were starting to fall into place. Examples include: 'This sauce appears simple at first, but then the subtle nuance of the lime juice kicks in and brings out the flavor of … the crab. Probably due to his reliance on the score, much of his vocalism lacked emotional or expressive nuance. The wine has lovely vinosity with fine grained tannins and concentrated fruit adding a liquorice nuance to the finish where purples of all colours, aromas and flavours abound.
But for all the possible variants, the word and notion of shalom has a radical nuance in our church context. I do not envy him this ministry of reconciliation, which is fraught with complexity and nuance. Subtlety A whisper can be more powerful than a shout. How can the filmmaker nuance his work in a language that he does not know? It has been well said that words are inadequate to describe the nuances of taste. You also might be able to tell two artists with similar aesthetics apart from the nuances of their color palette or in the shape of their brushstrokes. Most sentences consist of at least a subject noun form and a predicate verb form.