Their unrestrained laughter filling the hot, fern-clad ravine had a soulless limpidity
, as of wild, inhuman dwellers in tropical woodlands.
Across the warm brown of her cheek her blown hair glittered like silver wire; and her eyes too looked lighter, almost pale in their youthful limpidity
. As she walked beside Archer with her long swinging gait her face wore the vacant serenity of a young marble athlete.
Her extreme limpidity
was almost provoking, and I felt for the moment that she would have been more satisfactory if she had been less ingenuous.
Peer to Peer (P2P) Lending market is driven by key factors such as increasing developments on account of improvement in knowledge of leading at the marketplace, and improved limpidity
for investment, lesser operating cost and low market risk, and slashed rates of interest to consumers.
"Colourful jewel effects gleam through the varying depths of the cuts, changing with every light focus, and characteristics are a peculiar ring and a unique limpidity
, while gossamer designs and lacy traceries were accentuated by shallow wheel engraving."
Legend: V = visual, O = olfact, T = taste/flavor, Li = limpidity
, In = intensity, Hu = hue, Ty = typicality, Gp = green bell pepper, Fr = fruity, Sp = spicy, Ve = vegetal, An = animal, Bo = body, As = astringency, Ac = acidity, Ba = balance, Pe = persistence, Qu = overall quality.
this criterion will be assessed from the following two subcriteria: sub-criterion 1: visual and olfactory examination: dress (intensity) - disc (limpidity
) - fringe - aromatic personality (20%) - sub-criterion 2: taste examination: attack - mid-palate - final - balance (20%) these 2 sub-criteria will be analyzed from the samples provided: 40% - applicant~s ability to supply products from organic agriculture.
In either of these, Mallari's first concern is always the capturing of the clearness, the limpidity
The properties of Zecchin's incomparable designs are perfectly conveyed by the art critic Roberto Papini who, in 1923, wrote: 'Vittorio Zecchin, one of the most exquisite artists Italy has today, has the merit to have understood first, again, that glass from his Murano has two essential qualities: lightness and limpidity
, the more evident and joyous the more they are contained in forms of simple elegance and harmony.'
(69) One goal of using the standard clear glass bottles was to facilitate the interdiction of contraband, another was to underline the perfect limpidity
of the new, modern liquor, and a third was to promote the growth of a fledgling--and French-owned--glass industry.
in many of his paintings [we find] a folk lyricism characterized by limpidity
of color, freshness, and something of the openness we encounter in legends and folklore....
The horizontal print, mesmerising in its illusionistic play of light over azure limpidity
, serves as a stage for a procession of ceramic fish and automobiles that circulates counterclockwise in a large lemniscate (infinity symbol).