But poorly could I withstand them, much as in other moods I was almost ready to smile at the solemn whimsicalities
of that outlandish prophet of the wharves.
Having failed in those days to discover why I was driven from the garden, I suppose I ceased to be enamoured of myself, as of some dull puzzle, and then perhaps the whimsicalities
began to collect unnoticed.
At times his mind wandered farther afield, and he plodded on, a mere automaton, strange conceits and whimsicalities
gnawing at his brain like worms.
in 2014, Strictly Come Dancing in 2011 and Gordon Ramsey's Hell's Kitchen in 2004 suggest a regular revenue stream and a person who is unfazed by the whimsicalities
of the TV voting public.
Now that you have it, a mere mention of buying another one could provoke a rebellion (on the extreme?) On serious thought, and for purpose of discussion, let us set aside the issue of economics--there is one (and only this one) macro lens that will answer all your whimsicalities
. This macro lens is a perfect complement to your present macro lens.
3 is Macal's powerful ally, a high-quality audio recording, playing a great role to the benefit of detail and the commonly backgrounded middle parts, for instance, in the form of the trumpet flourishes in the first movement or the piccolo whimsicalities
in the finale.
Doubtless Cranko would have been pleased with BRB's whimsicalities
as they rushed on and off dressed as hearts, clubs, spades, diamonds or whatever -all of them under the thumb of Jamie Bond's Joker, the uncontrollable element in the pack, a character who disrupts the proceedings at every opportunity, donning a tutu at one point.
Where medical tourism has been a boon to our waning economy, one cannot but say that it has been at the cost of pandering to the whimsicalities
of the money-spending foreigners.
Carl Jung once wondered: "Are these whimsicalities
of chance, or the suggestive effects of the name...
Are these the whimsicalities
of chance, or the suggestive effects of a name, as Stekel seems to suggest, or are they 'meaningful coincidences'?
and inequities of sentences have long been a glaring defect of our civilian justice.