Perhaps it has something to do with a weird sense we have of ourselves: there is something laughable about singing our songs in a certain way, as if the songs--or perhaps we ourselves--are not worthy of such fanciness
Lacking the technical knowledge to know whether this space was suitable for a day care, he fell back on the commonsense notion of fanciness
to make his judgement.
The Greeks started it, then the Romans made it a bit more fancy - then came the Renaissance period and all sorts of fanciness
Likewise, Louis Vega, executive chef at Oakmont Country Club in Glendale, said he sees a lot of fans of food sometimes called ``fusion cuisine'' fooled by fanciness
But he's quite old-fashioned about his food and doesn't like self-conscious fanciness
or bits of unnecessary lettuce hanging about on his dinner plate.
isn't important, but the building should keep the flock at a comfortable 55 [degrees] to 85 [degrees].