uber rude truth evidently constitutes the second fundamental principle.
Jack Weaver, the city editor in the 13-person newsroom, a veteran of too many young reporters' strained wordsmithery
, leaned back in his chair toward mine, just a yard away.
With beautiful wordsmithery
and imagery, a touch of mystery, and a dreamlike romance, Hickman delivers her story by slowly acquainting readers with the secrets in Alex's and Sass's lives.
Fans should be satisfied and newcomers bemused, then enchanted, by the wordsmithery
on show - before running to Google to research all the elements of Eastern history.
In his own Shidyaqan wordsmithery
, Sieburth noted that the author "himself talks about how he cobbled it together, he pieced it together, it's a kind of collage, assemblage , it's incessantly plural, has elements of travelogues in it, there's an Odyssean trajectory to it.
is above and beyond foreign-language equivalence.
It's the one abiding childhood holiday memory I have," said the 64-year-old who bring his uniquely British wordsmithery
to Festival Number 6 in Portmeirion later this month.
The TV producer covering the game was impressed enough with that bit of wordsmithery
to give its author a few seconds of TV time, but my precocious ten-year-old brain wasn't impressed.
The word they use is 'witness, '" Gauthier replied, as if deferring to my wordsmithery
Ngugi's ability to weave a complex narrative, which connects crime and racial tensions in the US to an in-depth knowledge of Kenya and its nuances, to Rwanda and its genocide past, is nothing but the work of genius craftsmanship and wordsmithery
And she reckons that could be at the root of Ethan's burgeoning career in wordsmithery
Subordinating the creativity in childbirth to that in wordsmithery
, the author who is apparently not quite enthused over Femalist conceptual nurturance, foregrounds the lyrics of the song that provide solace in anguish and deprivation.