Above all, he graps
the multivalentnature of the recording, that a record is what you do with it, never the same thing to different people--or to the same person at different times and places.
Despite the authors' archaism of style and their tentative graps
of anthropology and world history, Geurrero and Magon reveal a profound awareness of the need to examine and eliminate the personal and institutional underpinnings of sexism, if human liberation is to have meaning.
Look closely and you'll notice sharp claws and the unique two thumbs on each hand; both help the animal graps
the slender eucalyptus branches.
In addition to the representatives of federal and provincial governments, GRAPs
stakeholders and donors such as CIDA, SDC, GTZ attended the workshop at a local hotel.
From the folky lyrics and chiming guitars of the Beatles and Byrds to Led Zeppelin drum-bashing and Rolling Stones raunch, from looping Motown-inspired bass lines to flat-out punk-fired raves, from heartthrob vocals a la Patsy Cline and Duane Eddy-style twanging to throaty Booker T-ish organ sounds and the sudden intervallic leaps of Little Feat, the Palominos graps
a mind-boggling number of musical bits in their teeth, and taken them to places they might never have gone.