His excitability and his roisterous
enthusiasm made them laugh.
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It ended in a rousing, roisterous
nail biting finish in a victory for Trinity (18-13) but aggregating a tie (35 each).
And no one gets this great orchestra to play better: the winds, in Verdi's magical scoring, were a particular delight--and one of the few criticisms I can make of Carsen's staging is that the roisterous
onstage antics occasionally obscure the instrumental felicities.
8226; • Those who prefer night life will enjoy "Diamond Lil" starring actress Darlene Violette — — and the roisterous
cast who brought the Bowery denizens and Suicide Hall's ne'er-do-wells to life — — now onstage with performances at Don't Tell Mama [343 W.
Trexler's finely drawn posters for those shows (for which he was paid partly in bags of weed) are part of the Cockettes legend, not least because they lend an air of Art Nouveau refinement to the roisterous
Think of the Skee Ball machines in Seaside where, for 50 cents, you can stand in a roisterous
arcade and roll nine smooth wooden balls up a rickety ramp.
The example of young larrikin women also attests, in turn, to the continuing significance of this roisterous
libertinism among lower working-class youth at the turn of the century.
Minstrelsy's combination of roisterous
character-songs, sentimental ballads, comic sketches and hilarious burlesques appealed to diverse audiences in Australia--decidedly more diverse than in North America or England.
It's very challenging," he said, dropping into that slow, deep-whispered voice he uses for emphasis before exploding, clap-hands, into a roisterous
bellow, "but hey, we will crack it.
Graham--sadly all dead, but incorporating their own words, are usefully presented in boxes, as is a poem by Vicki Feaver inspired by Hilton's roisterous
Oi Yoi Yoi (1963).
But aside from all the glories of the speculative science and math and interdimensional jaunts (and the otherworld where Bela and Alma and Paul end up, La Hampa, is a heavy trip I haven't even tried to describe), what we have here is a rollicking, roisterous
, (ir-)reverent campus novel.