colourfulness


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colourfulness

, (US) colorfulness
n
(lit)Buntheit f; (of spectacle)Farbenpracht f
(fig, of style of writing, account) → Farbigkeit f, → Anschaulichkeit f; (of sb’s life, historical period)Bewegtheit f; the colourfulness of his charactersein schillernder Charakter
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It was initially very difficult to imagine that her cooking could actually be a key aspect of dramatic attraction, but as Meaghan Morris has rightly described, 'this drama details cooking procedures from selecting and preparing materials to cutting, steaming, and decorating the food, all catching the colourfulness of the food and the cook's dexterous skills.'
John's for most of my life, and coming from a family that has lived here for generations, I can vouch for the colourfulness, liveliness, and sometimes offbeat nature of this city.
The performances include an invocation called 'Mangalacharana' primarily expressing gratitude; 'Dashavatar', a celebration of the triumph of good over evil; 'Basanta Pallavi' welcomes spring, a pleasing season with its blossoms, fragrance filled breezes and colourfulness is very dear to all; and 'Abhinaya I & II' encompasses expressional dance to communicate a story or enacting a song which speaks about love.
The troupe consists of five dancers and six musicians and the performance consists of six items: an invocation called 'Mangalacharana', primarily expressing gratitude; 'Dashavatar', a celebration of the triumph of good over evil; 'Basanta Pallavi' welcomes spring, a pleasing season with its blossoms, fragrance-filled breeze and colourfulness dear to all; 'Abhinaya I & II' encompasses expressional dance to communicate a story or enacting a song that speaks about love; and 'Moksha', the concluding item, wherein the performers depict its importance, which literally means salvation or emancipation.
It contrasts the optical exclusion of the spectators and laity at the Second Vatican Council with their integration and participation in Uppsala, and the equality and uniformity of the council with the diversity and colourfulness of the WCC.
At the same time, they felt that most tours were not very innovative and focused more on the Habsburgs and the coronation history of the city.We show Bratislava in its entire colourfulness, said Chrenka.
'To me, a painting should ooze happiness and colourfulness so that the viewer could relish its vibrancy,' the artist said.
Manic > Depressed for colourfulness, action verbs, adjectives, concreteness, words reflecting power and achievement;
This also witnessed the belated celebrations of the International Women's Day which is celebrated on March 8 of every year.In that regard, a cooking competition was organised by Bake Parlor foods at the school in which a large number of parents participated in Bake parlor Super Chef CompetitionSpringanza was celebrated to admire the beauty and colourfulness of nature, the school administration maintained.
The colourfulness of his oeuvre is all the more interesting in that it is comprised mostly of chamber music.
I have discovered the colourfulness of local communities.