Gareth Driscoll, defending, said: "It's been a difficult concept to explain to the defendant that freewheeling
the vehicle is the same as driving.
Fusing Chinese calligraphy, martial arts, and folk ritual with freewheeling
contemporary movement, the Chinese-American choreographer (and early member of Taiwan's Cloud Gate Dance Theater) keeps cultural tradition alive as she reinvigorates it for the modern eye.
Apart from his musical talents, Crosby -- son of award-winning cinematographer Floyd Crosby (``High Noon'') -- is a well-liked and often notorious figure and social activist who was the inspiration for the freewheeling
character played by Dennis Hopper in ``Easy Rider.
Timothy Leary, including his accomplishments and influence with an active coterie of students, teachers, and artists during the freewheeling
decade of the 1960's.
At its heart, the debate is about whether the Internet needs protection to preserve its character as a freewheeling
, spontaneous forum.
Kolb paints a colorful story of his life as a freewheeling
and audacious adventurer.
In any case, the open, even freewheeling
style in which PERFORMA05 was curated seems to hold true to an old-school downtown spirit.
Members of the Huddersfield branch of the Cyclists Touring Club take a break from the freewheeling
contest that was held at The Strines at Langsett in 1966.
When the researchers compared these results with rates of female promiscuity, they found a strong correlation: The more freewheeling
a species' females, the faster SEMG2 evolved.
and the rise of conservative politics, freewheeling
financial speculation, global mobility of capital, and exploitation of Third World labor.
From the Rio Grande to Tierra del Fuego, Latin American filmmakers offered up ferocious, tough-minded, tender and aesthetically freewheeling
films about death (in the enervating and utterly captivating Los muertos from Argentina), loss of innocence (in the Louis Malle-esque tale of boyhood friendship set during the coup in 1973 Chile in Machuca), dreams of freedom (in the talented young Brazilian director Jorge Furtado's latest, The Man Who Counted), the peculiarities of human relationship (in the International Critics Prize-winning Whisky, the second feature by the Uruguayan directorial team of Juan-Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll) and the absurdities of adolescence (in the wry Mexican feature that is one part Jim Jarmusch, one part Carlos Carrera, Duck Season).
Monica Chojnacka's solid book shifts the focus from the freewheeling
and sexually aggressive young nobles of the Contarini and Dandolo lineages, well known from other works, to the female underclass that so often fell victim to their predatory ways.