delicateness


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I now realize that what Tahir Elci was striving to protect was a kind of courtesy and delicateness, not the actual stones of the minaret.
Every person, independently of their sexual tendencies, is respected in their dignity and should be received with sensibility and delicateness, both in the church and in society," the document states.
What's better for a political comeback then two little words that register with all the delicateness of a demolition ball?
Asked whether he is satisfied with the administration's plan, Jilani responded with a "yes" but added that the situation's delicateness is part of "ongoing discussions" between Islamabad and Washington and that factors on the ground may change the calculus of the withdrawal.
But he quickly added that the situation's delicateness is part of "ongoing discussions" between Islamabad and Washington and that factors on the ground may change the calculus of the withdrawal.
However, potential biases in the interview results may occur, especially due to the delicateness of respondents' representations of the sizes of their catches or the unofficial financial gain from the fish landed.
At the same time, the engravings are in a space with a low ceiling that's more intimate so as not to swamp their delicateness.
He said that women's "gifts of delicateness and tenderness" make them uniquely poised to share pastoral roles with men.
Among specific topics are the setting for enchantment, theological grace and sublime grace, ecstatic visions, canons of the aura, places of apparition, flight and the wave, silences of the cloister and the garden, elegance and delicateness, loveliness and resplendence, the oneiric and the marvelous, and the mourning of art in the modern age.
I was inspired by the delicateness of the beetle's wings and its hard exoskeleton,
The sensual delicateness of vintage lattice designs, the play of light through its intricate maze of patterns conjures the glam and sensuous feminism unravelling the finer nuances of a woman.
He had assumed a delicateness, his hair and skin, his sex stretched low, his muscles ropes, his flesh hanging loosely from them in a way it used not to.
De rerum natura had been lost for nearly one-thousand years, and given the delicateness of ancient texts and their susceptibility to pests, climate changes, and most of all, time--as Greenblatt puts it, "a spilled glass of wine or a heavy downpour and the text disappeared" (83)--it is beguiling that it has managed to reach our present.
Avkana Buddha statue is a masterpiece not only in respect of its skilful and amazing sculpture but also of the delicateness of the massive creation that reflects the supreme spirituality of the Buddha.
This delicateness gives the photographs a nostalgic quality that never lapses into sentimentality.