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resembling the sound of a brass instrument

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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However, some of the dialogue sounds stilted, and Midler's portrayal of the brassy biological mom veers towards caricature.
STARRING: Helen Hunt, Colin Firth, Bette Midler, Matthew Broderick, Lynn Cohen DIRECTOR: Helen Hunt CERTIFICATE: 15 RUNNING TIME: 100mins REVIEWER'S RATING: ***SHOWING: Showcase VERDICT: Some of the dialogue sounds a little stilted and Midler's portrayal of the brassy biological mom veers towards caricature as her daughter begs her to confess "you wanted a life more than you wanted me"
The brassy loudmouth - played by Wendi Peters - and pal Yana (Jayne Tunnicliffe) dress up as angels to celebrate her impending nuptials to Les Battersby (Bruce Jones).
By the time The Executioner's Game reaches its upbeat, pensive conclusion in the Oval Office of the White House, the reader will have gone on a riveting literary run through the brassy underworlds of urban crime and covert government operations.
BRUCKNER'S big, brassy eighth symphony was his favourite, but it is a demanding work - not just for the orchestra.
Today's rides are Mister Unfuwain, Calboni and Brassy Dominie, who contest the last three races on a card which finishes under lights at 7.
Whether vamping an unwary young baseball player in "Whatever Lola Wants" in Damn Yankees or romping in a movie star's bedroom in Sweet Charity's "If My Friends Could See Me Now," Verdon epitomized the sassy, brassy dance style that has been the beating pulse of Broadway musicals front the 1930s to the present day.
Chained form on the diagonal, interrupted, 1990), to the 1991 "Corridor" works with their brassy primary colors enlivening passages of unpredictable and highly eccentric forms, and finally to Park, 1996, the fallen tree supporting exotic plant life, which may hark back to Larner's petri cultures.
This Chardonnay, tasted last November, is brassy gold in color and complex on the palate; the finish lingers.
The `Kim Possible' Song)"; LMNT, "It's Just You"; Angela Michael, "I'm Ready"; Aaron Carter, "Get Up on Ya Feet"; Jump 5, "Celebration"; Christy Carlson Romano, "Say the Word"; Nikki Cleary, "Summertime Guys"; A-TEENS, "This Year"; Brassy, "Work It Out"; Cooler Kids, "E Is for Everybody"; Smash Mouth, "Come On, Come On"; Ron Stoppable and Rufus, "The Naked Mole Rap"; and Christina Milian "Call Me, Beep Me
While we concede that there is a lot of flesh on show, the covered-up nature of the top of the dress ensures the overall effect is classy not brassy.
She's just turned 50, dyed her hair a brassy blonde, got a boob job & looks awful.
Dylan Junior eschews Wallflowers rock'n'roll for a stripped back country roots set that ranges from the scratchy strum of They've Trapped Us Boys to the brassy Lend A Hand, which recalls Springsteen's Seeger sessions.
Also joining the West End cast is ex-Coronation Street fave Julie Goodyear, 67, who played brassy barmaid Bet Gilroy, reports the Daily Star.
The ska-jazz-reggae outfit will put a new slant on Motown Classics like Tears Of A Clown, You Keep Me Hangin' On and Dancing In The Street as they introduce big, bold, brassy horns and a skanking rhythm section.