CHAMPAGNE HAS ALWAYS CONNOTED
luxury, but the French drink firm Pernod-Ricard, after all these centuries, has come up with a new way to up the luxury ante on the world's most famous sparkling wine.
COVERING up connoted
a whole new meaning, after a Chinese varsity recently forced its female students to cover themselves up fully in blankets, on a particularly hot day.
So when the context of church effectively connoted
fetters, one could hardly countenance is as an appropriate context for a university.
It gave the rocks and trees, dirt and sky a visceral thickness that connoted
Interestingly, Fairchild discovers that these officials tended to be more concerned with the immigrants' social class, which connoted
susceptibility to certain diseases, rather than their race.