Claudia Mahnke's Wood Dove is serviceable but unimaginatively
phrased: listen to Brigitte Fassbaender (for Chailly) and hear a different level of vocal acting.
Now, in this new unimaginatively
titled eight-part series, John presents an evening of entertainment, including some of his own gags, recorded at the Hackney Empire theatre in London.
But a staggering 28 of those 80 in the top ight are named unimaginatively
after points of the compass, North, South, East or West.
Since then that simple format has been mauled and unimaginatively
stretched for various reasons -- from appeasing associated countries to dancing to the tunes of sponsors and broadcasters.
Dubbed rather unimaginatively
as the New Nintendo 3DS XL, it incorporates better hardware for the same price tag of $200 as the outgoing version.
The suit asks the court to read the ACA unimaginatively
, as meaning what it plainly says: Subsidies, in the form of tax credits, are available only to persons who purchase insurance through exchanges ''established by the state.
When Spencer, Steve and Muff decided to form a band and recruited Pete, they called it, somewhat unimaginatively
, The Rhythm and Blues Quartette.
Supposedly conceived to attract yet more visitors to Dubai, I won't be fooled, because I know that the project, just like the admittedly stunning but unimaginatively
named "The Beach", has only been created to keep the city's Marina and Jumeirah Beach Residence neighbourhoods full of road works and construction vehicles.
5 inch) scene, W unimaginatively
called The Old City Hall, also includes the original bill of sale and a signed letter from Hitler's adjutant, Albert Bormann, brother of Hitler's private secretary Martin Bormann.
And, as such, can be relied upon to make complete fools of themselves in the familiar tasks the Beeb has been unimaginatively
recycling for a decade.
Cricket umpire Dickie Bird's "My Autobiography" (rather unimaginatively
titled) is a delight and, for me, a tad more because he has referred in it to an article I wrote.
We watched a jewellery designer put the finishing touches to a new piece and picked up hand-made chocolates as presents for friends before stopping in at the excellent, if unimaginatively
named, The Cafe in Sherwood Forest.