In doing so, I draw into the discussion of digitally mediated images the thread--and threat--of theatricality, which can be understood as a form of highly material labour that works hard to generate an appearance of unlaboured
Patients suffered no pain and respiration was unlaboured.
There was a decrease in respiratory rate, breathing became unlaboured and movement of chest along with breathing was pain free, they were also able to cough out secretions easily.
I can't see this myself--my eye was caught by the unlaboured
virtuosity of Sargent's description of the light filtering through the awning over the gondola and reflecting off the limpid water of the canal.
Process is evident and there is a sense of energy from improvisation and risk-taking in the unlaboured
making and surface treatment.
Physical examination on admission showed unlaboured
breathing at 18 breaths per minute, oxygen saturation of 97% on room air and a Mallampati class I view with normal mouth opening and neck flexibility.
And yet, extraordinarily, the album's feel is as fresh and unlaboured
as the earlier masterpiece.
In the "Preface," the mock-Wordsworth asserts that "Peter Bell" is "written in that pure unlaboured
style, which can only be met with among labourers" (174).
Spicer's telling use of unison and contrapuntal choral textures is direct and unlaboured
, his orchestration colourful and he involves the audience in five Easter hymns, brilliantly arranged with roof-raising descants.
The commonplace and commonsensical view of Trollope's style as "uniformly easy, flowing, clear, plain, unlaboured
, unaffected, unmannered, and above all businesslike" suggests that he achieved his objective.(6) C.
But exemplar of this unlaboured
quality was the buoyantly nimble Chorus (the men a touch more agile than the women) whose meticulously managed phrasing, timbre and dynamics always felt spontaneously alive.
Gone are the impenetrable layers of sound and beats, in comes a commerciality which is both unlaboured