One might describe the decor as 'crazy quilt
': armchairs draped with furs, brocades and wild tribal weaves, walls and vaulted ceilings painted with murals, and enough sequins and feather headdresses to mount a high-kicking Las Vegas revue.
Whatever Bolsonaro actually represented, a crazy quilt
of social conservatism and broadly pro-market economic policies, he was the man least resembling the discredited socialist politicians.
"It was a crazy quilt
design, chosen because life on a farm raising seven children was crazy most of the time," said Judy.
The following example of "Crazy Quilt
," also the name of a textile art, exemplifies the manual and tactile (re) creation of hypertext.
The resulting crazy quilt
of clashing interests demonstrates the need for federal laws, which, of course, have been rejected by a Congress captive to the gun industry's agenda.
Some are more obvious than others, but all are appealing nonetheless: "Royal Entrance," "The Search," "Reverie," "Feeling Fine," "Reaching," "Shopping," "So Close--Yet So Far," "Light as a Feather," "Machupicchu--Lost City of the Gods," "The Mariachi," "Joy," "Crazy Quilt
Stomp," "Penta Gone," and "The Scout." The movements are short and sweet, all stylistically on the lighter side.
Starring Kate Winslet as a spirited 1950s haute-couturist who decides it's time to return to her miserable hometown and give the place a little color (mostly red), this insistently quirky comedy-thriller-mystery-horror-revenge saga serves up an ugly human menagerie of ghouls and grotesques--every one of them contributing a different patch to a crazy quilt
of murder, adultery, repression and madness.
At times, while exploring the crazy quilt
of slab-cist architecture, Roberts's companions are archeologists, PhD candidates, and pioneer ranchers who respect the enduring remnants of the Old Ones and view the scientists as "stuffed-shirt academics." But often Roberts travels alone, or with his friend Greg Child, scrambling up to unknown ruins that include granaries cleaving to cliffs.
The quilt's triangular patches were pieced together in a half-square pattern, but their random colors evoke the visual impression of a crazy quilt
, a form of quilting popular in America at the turn of the 20th century.
She accurately described the laws governing APRN scope of practice across the United States, as a "crazy quilt
" that "makes no logical sense." For example, in some states APRNs can diagnose, treat, order labs and prescribe drugs while in other states there are a variety of restrictions that impede their abilities to practice.
The effect may feel like patchwork to some readers, but it is clearly no crazy quilt
. A teacher's guide will be available for download, but it was unavailable at the time of this review.
Venetia Williams, who served up 100-1 Grand National winner Mon Mome, produced a 66-1 shock in the first division of the novice hurdle with a fine training performance to get Nobunaga to win under Aidan Coleman following a 362-day absence, sporting the Risky Partnership's crazy quilt