Members' needs are clearly something every credit union knows and understands, and the name change helps clarify our position as partners to bring our products to their members," Daubs
One critic derided his daubs
as products of "a hand undirected by the brain.
95) that utilizes the kitchen's tasty roast duck meat, several daubs
of a seasoned red-toned sauce, green onion, cilantro, carrot, cucumber and lettuce to make a refreshing rolled treat served up as four generous finger-food portions.
When somebody daubs
swastikas on Jewish graves, it obviously touches a few nerves.
An artist searching for the perfect tint blends daubs
of color together on a palette, varying the mix to get the desired hue.
This Worrisome Land is a barren expanse built up from small daubs
of many different colors, with a cartoonish electrical storm threatening on the horizon.
A highly recommended entree is the Georgia pork chop ($18), juicy, thick and nicely presented with a few daubs
of cider sauce, the chop ringed with roasted apples and potatoes.
In Nimby, 2002, for example, a flotilla of frostinglike daubs
(recalling Philip Guston) hovers over a landslide of wavering lines (shades of Brice Marden).
Watching Chris maneuver through this fantastic artistic landscape is eye-opening, as he squishes through daubs
of paint and then soars above it.
Or she constructs nearly architectural forms in which lively daubs
of scuffed impasto energize and compel the painting's imagery (L'Arbre de Phyllis, 1991).