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reflect brightly

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be lively or brilliant or exhibit virtuosity

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Unlike the coruscating mediocrities and almost-rans that populate earlier works, the fifty-three fictional artists and gallery shows cataloged here (each named for locations on the lunar surface and arranged alphabetically) are, for the most part, lost causes from the get-go, hermetically absurd and viewed obliquely, as though in passing--postcards from the moon.
Numbed by the coruscating flow of ideas, but filled also with a heady sense of freedom and devil-may-care abandon.
At the fore is Chaplin's impressive voice, which Time Out calls "a soaring, coruscating shiver-inducer" and The London Sunday Times describes as "a beguiling blend of Harry Nilsson, Eric Carmen, Chris Martin and Fran Healy.
Others in the altogether coruscating cast include Steve Coogan as the sweet, self-effacing Mole, rendered homeless at the outset by Weasel earth-moving machinery; Eric Idle as Rat, who loves nothing more than boating and picnics and whose rodentlike whiskers frazzle like lightning under stress, and Nicol Williamson as the no-nonsense Badger, who tries to persuade Toad to end the fiscal foolishness (cars, cars, cars) that is enabling the Weasels to buy up his property.
Former Liberal Democrat leader Sir Menzies Campbell said: "Jeremy Thorpe's enforced resignation as leader of the Liberal Party and his subsequent departure from Parliament should not obscure the fact that in his day he was an outstanding parliamentarian with a coruscating wit, and a brilliant campaigner.
Reforms were approved by the group's membership following a coruscating report by former City minister Lord Myners who said it was apparent that none of the board could handle the complex issues faced by the debt-laden and crisishit business.
THE class war degenerates into foul-mouthed tirades and stomach-churning violence in Laura Wade's robust adaptation of her own coruscating stage play about a fictional dining clique akin to the Bullingdon Club at Oxford University, which once included David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson in its notorious ranks.
The Heart's Assurance, that angry song-cycle of loss and bereavement, in keeping with this year's special First World War centenary, was immediately recognisable as Tippett, keyboard-writing coruscating and detailed, Padmore's vocal delivery declamatory and eventually snarling in sad despair.
The coruscating dissection of troubled modern relationships
Her coruscating analysis of the way drug cheats profit from their deception will, it is to be hoped, last longer in our memories than Armstrong's admission.
There was perhaps a case for a touch more rawness from the violins at the start of the allegro/ scherzo, but its coruscating crescendo and the sheer force of its delivery makes hearing it - and indeed the entire symphony - again in the Royal Albert Hall a thrilling prospect.
There are many good reasons to buy The Smiling Pioneer, not least Sir Mark Prescott's coruscating view of a run-down Newmarket in 1972, with attendant employer-employee relations, the stable lads' strike and the way a well-intentioned John Winter's attempts to mediate left him broken by the whole sorry affair.
com Exit International Coruscating metal merchants whose ear-canal bothering debut album Black Junk topped many end of year lists.
Contains swearing, sex and violence IN 1971, legendary director Sam Peckinpah spars ked a wide-ranging debate about violence in cinema and the depiction of women with his s coruscating thriller Straw Dogs, based on the novel The Siege of Trencher's Farm by Gordon Williams.
But amid all the tut-tutting from the London-based media, out of the shadows emerged a spectacle that will also be remembered for its coruscating quality, even if it was a disrupted affair.