Bob proved a handful of impishness
and contrariety, and he tried out his rider as much as his rider tried him out.
Immediately Tudor's monkey-like impishness
left him, and he was once more the cool, self-possessed man of the world.
Not only does the actor bear an uncanny resemblance to the Commonwealth president, he also manages to capture Quezon's aura of hauteur and authority, as well as impishness
and, toward the end, defiance of his failing health.
That deserved a goal because of his impishness
, his inventiveness.
The occasional impishness
of Momin's poetry is best reflected in this one couplet: 'Kya jaane kya likha that usay izterab mein/ Qasid ki laash aayi hai khat ke jawaab mein' [God knows what I wrote to her in my restless state/ In reply, she has sent me the poor messenger's dead body].
Even in his resume, a genre that seldom entertains, you can see his impishness
in titles like "I'm So Bad, I Party in Detroit," "Homer Simpson's Eyes and the Culture of Late Nostalgia," and "Not the Oprah Show, or Why People Go to Bad Poetry Readings."
exists alongside a deep commitment to uniqueness -- to doing something others are not, and to being one of the world's top marathon runners.
You never knew where her impishness
would break out again" ( 1995, 735).
For example, to describe the environment, you put down details that sound foolish [...] / Then the expedient of disjointed writing by bystanders and the female postcard are extremely infelicitous; nothing is said about the environment and they are just there perchance to add a touch of impishness
. / The story of Nora however seems the most interesting to us, even though it is dealt with in the wrong tone, which is neither serious enough, nor as brilliant or unprejudiced as it might have been.
A REVIEW in The Guardian describes the author's work thus: "Wallace's exuberance and intellectual impishness
are a delight, and he has deep things to say about the hollowness of contemporary American pleasure...sentences and whole pages are marvels of cosmic concentration...Wallace is a superb comedian of culture".
Lean, young, sharp, life-loving, his Peter Pan features and impishness
meant that at 68, barely a month away from his next birthday, he should have had at least another decade to educate, entertain and dazzle us.
Bill retains the impishness
and exuberance of the Horrible Histories TV series, albeit on a larger canvas and with a vast menagerie of characters including a spear-wielding palace guard with an appreciation for Elizabethan 'choons', and an overly enthusiastic collector of dead bodies.