His brother Frederick of the dim eye, palsied hand, bent form, and groping mind, submissively shuffled at his side, accepting his patronage as he accepted every incident of the labyrinthian
world in which he had got lost.
But there was some substantial bulk of it behind, buried in the trees, which had a gray, labyrinthian
look, like serpents of stone, and lifted a load of leafy towers to the sky.
In this book Fine shines with visionary capability to relay to the Jewish and non- Jewish reader the nuanced complexity of the symbolism of the menorah, yet not losing the reader in a Borgean labyrinthian
maze of details, because always does the master craftsman author visionarily see the forest for the trees, to give a perspective with interdisciplinary connections that offer the reader innumerable insights and enlighten the mind with expanded consciousness.
From natural to amorphous shapes, and from intricate and labyrinthian
lines to stark geometric forms, Hall traces the artist's development.
The transition Crumey makes over his first three novels, however, from labyrinthian
to harmonic structures, as predicated on reference to a variety of eighteenth-century thinkers, gestures to a new way of reading.
hallways of Les Halles were a meeting point for youths from the suburbs for years -- a thorn in the eye of the city officials.
Ohm David's set design makes it clear that this is a dark and ponderous world, formed by labyrinthian
yet open hallways where Mary journeys, Archie hides, and their separate memories emerge and sometimes collide.
plot of this Peter James thriller takes you down several blind alleys before the real killer is unmasked.
Their house was a big, new, blocky thing that looked just like the other houses in the subdivision, with parts and pieces stuck on in different spots to create the illusion of variety, in a new, labyrinthian
subdivision where all the streets were named after Civil War battlegrounds.
Darwin would have never published "On the Origin of Species" had he known about DNA or the labyrinthian
complexity of one DNA molecule.
Critique: Exceptionally well researched, organized and presented, "Hog's Exit: Jerry Daniels, the Hmong, and the CIA" offers a unique insight into labyrinthian
accounting of some conglomerates does not always allow the identification of other Latin Holdcos that have also grown explosively in the last few years.