Krutick also was inspired by earlier female artists such as Helen Frankenthaler and Lee Krasner, and has been exploring the creative aspects of incorporating handsome color and textural components into her paintings, such as swirling and rhythmic ambulatory forms that offer the viewer a brand of visual poetry that is distinctive, but also idiosyncratically
recognizable as Krutick's signature.
When a state's sovereignty is breached, no matter the humanitarian concern, the locals always group together to protect the ideologues that sustains them and are idiosyncratically
Allport's definition and Mischell's observation are not forsaken either as how idiosyncratically
organized personality constructs and racial African personality metatheory join in the person is illustrated in the wheel model, a feat heretofore unaccomplished or un-emphasized in Eurasian or nascent centered African psychologies.
British Eurosceptics are cock-a-hoop because they say the drama shows the EU is a mess and that Britain wasn't just being idiosyncratically
British when it voted to flounce off.
There is always some permutation--both externally and idiosyncratically
that makes each crisis different than the next--which makes this craft a combination of experiential intuition and having the right tools and resources and efforts available.
So it was that the idiosyncratically
named Pie Jackers came into being.
It may be an idiosyncratically
drug reaction because of the strong serotonergic effects of escitalopram (11).
If the film makes waves in Berlin, and in limited release in March, it could encourage more 'auteur' filmmakers to use the new adapted technology for their own specific, idiosyncratically
Not surprisingly, there are running discussions on the competing policy proposals of our political leaders, education experts, employees of the sector, parents, and in their own often idiosyncratically
violent way, students.
It is to Pakistan's utmost advantage to have good relations with all major powers in the region including Russia, especially after the changing dynamics of relations with the US and limited policy options with new administration in Washington which is acting idiosyncratically
It's more about being in the moment." Bocanegra, 60, is a digressive artist, whose thinking (and telling) of one moment leads idiosyncratically
to the next.
The homes in these pages are those of artists or leaders in the design world, and their studios and works are as much on display here as their idiosyncratically