On the other hand, despite seeing this process happen again and again, the gangsters of Outrage fetishistically
disavow, assuming that the chairman will exercise his sovereign power to make an exception for them and them only.
I think fetishistically
about the ways I might refine my own process into its most efficient form, a form that produces only the artefacts I can stand to look at, stand to reread; a process that leaves a tolerable number of lines and sentences sitting untouched, unfinished but maybe salvageable, under my metaphorical house.
Rather than making arguments addressed to normal people, conservative leaders invoke limited government almost fetishistically
, as if the words themselves possessed the power to convince.
In a 2013 advertisement for the eleventh annual Turkish Language Olympics, students, styled like life-size versions of the fetishistically
multicultural automatons from Disneyland's "It's a Small World" ride, gather around a picnic table in a grassy field.
(140) Ontologically, the effect is one of inversion: Self-representation is self-presentation; present action is consciously and explicitly informed by the future moment of reception (which is the very time and action that "the everyday" and "being present" function fetishistically
From the spartan Iron Curtain opening sequence to the Rococo explosion of production design that awaits in the Italian-set latter half, the film is as fetishistically
detail-oriented as any Wes Anderson movie, and yet Ritchie engineers the experience to privilege the characters and action over their lavishly appointed environments.
In his zeal to document ways that members of the jazz community act like worshippers in a church, Whyton occasionally overreaches: "Iconic records encourage consumers to collect fetishistically
in order to preserve the mysteries of jazz" (p.
(The Golden Violet, 3495-3502) The elusiveness of fame and glory (fetishistically
captured in the golden violet) correlates with the speaker's divided attitude toward fame, although Landon uses the male pronoun for the generic poet figure.
Of course, they must put aside the fear of feminization in a profession that has always risked appearing effete, and in which the codes and flourishes of masculinity have long been fetishistically
AT THE BELCAMPO Meat Company in Larkspur, California, the primary merchandise is presented almost as fetishistically
as the iPhones at an Apple store.
His elevated apron is fetishistically
transformed by Gillray intent on titillating the politically-minded male voyeur.