Underfoot, the brakes were immensely powerful yet had enormous feel as well so rapid controlled deceleration from high speed was undramatic
An American travel website, viewed by millions of prospective tourists, describes Birmingham as a 'culture-hating and car-loving backwater', while dismissing the rural part of the West Midlands as unassuming and undramatic
Background historical info--so important to pie's full appreciation--is either assumed or doled out in confusing or undramatic
There was no room for dissent as Mr Blair spelled out, in a voice, highly charged with emotion, but undramatic
, the resolve to hunt down those responsible.
That experience, alas, proves counterproductive to "Othello," resulting in a flat, undramatic
rendering of this racially charged tragedy.
, this short mood piece brims over with Ken Loachish respect for its characters, who struggle for economic survival and nonmaterial satisfactions.
Fasth described his round of 67 as 'very undramatic
Indeed, the relaxed, undramatic
manner in which he introduces the kids suggests a desire to create a distinctive blend of character naturalism and visual abstraction that comes together in fits and starts.
Pianist Paul Lewis's elegant, undramatic
attack and mellow sound was sometimes understated in the Allegro but was perfect for a beautifully spacious Largo and gently frolicsome Rondo, the orchestral response here especially sensitive.
The characterizations are simply stated and surely drawn, giving the show the anchor it needs for the amusing, if unstructured and largely undramatic
adventures that unfold during the year.
For months they have been factoring in an undramatic
rise in inflation this winter.
follows the playwright's undramatic
bent, leaving the stage empty but for the actors and some furniture.