series presented by Fergal Keane apotheosizes
with non-Irish kids in a
Here, the natural world apotheosizes
Fairfax's family line, past and future, while envisaging the Fairfaxian cycle of birth and death as being enveloped in natural processes: "And, as they Nature's cradle decked, / Will in green age her hearse expect" (495-96).
The film apotheosizes
In the long hiatuses in his early filmmaking career, between his silent "city symphony," Douro, Faina Fluvial (1931), the proto-Neorealist Aniki-Bobo (1942), and the Pasolinian passion play Acto da Primavera (Rite of Spring, 1963), Oliveira not only worked for his father's company, which produced the first lightbulbs in Portugal, but also happily tended the vineyard that his wife, Maria Isabel (whom he apotheosizes
in Visit), had inherited.
both Mary and Melbin in her portraits, Mary (2001; front cover), and Warridah Melburra Ngupi.
Though Thiel's manifesto doesn't entertain the possibility, it's arguable that big, slow, bureaucratic businesses like IBM, GE, Intel, Boeing, and Toyota have changed the world more than the upstart monopolies he apotheosizes
Certainly, Wright is not the first poet to write a work that apotheosizes
and celebrates his lady's beauty.
Indeed, the film apotheosizes
Father Christopher as a Christ-like martyr when the UN convoy departs and he "refuses to leave his people and courageously sacrifices his own life in order to save a single truck load of children from certain death" (Cook 172).
In keeping with the emergent New Americanists' dialogic global initiative, it calls for the abandonment of the historically delegitimated American exceptionalist ethos and the strident nationalist (and imperialist) perspective it apotheosizes
in favor of a transnational perspective that, in a rhetoric remarkably similar to Agamben's, the late Edward W.
Many observers had feared that it would be too raw and explicit for an organization that apotheosizes
the poetry of gorgeous bodies in motion.