gallimaufry


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The prolific Niven here gathers a gallimaufry of his writings, both fiction and nonfiction.
Moreover, Matthew's principle of selection was at least as wide as Stephen's and Lee's: the ODNB is not just a "roll-call of the great and the good," as Matthew put it, "but also a gallimaufry of the eccentric and the bad.
What follows is a combination: (1) useful treatments of Platonic and other sources including a nuanced assessment of the proportion and relation of Platonism to Christianity in Spenser; (2) a gallimaufry of sensitive explications of selected passages linked by Spenser's repetition of a word or phrase such as "night" and "day," explications some of which could stand alone as brief essays.
Why risk losing a single customer by giving them a way to bypass The Gallimaufry, his variety and liquor store in the center of town?
He has cooked up one meal of a novel (even the format is large--7" x 11") that is part gallimaufry, part Bauernfruhstuck.
One is left pondering: 'What in this gallimaufry is likely to be of lasting value, and to whom?
Because Marxism provides a self-styled scientific socio-political analysis as well as a gallimaufry of beliefs and insights, it appealed to intellectuals and, alas, still does.
The Mockingbird in the Gum Tree: A Literary Gallimaufry.
I long to produce a gallimaufry poem, a grab-bag that needs everything-the ruins, the filth, the garbage, the cast-off bag-people, and whatever else makes up our citied world, itself a helter-skelter human product.
Best New Arts Program: Gallimaufry and Greene Contemporary Dance Company, Inside Studio Arts, Laguna College of Art & Design MFA Program.
Dr O'Keefe's talk, titled Gods, Gospels and Gallimaufry is at 1pm and free to visitors who can collect tickets on the day.
need But stop turning our English into gallimaufry.
8) Swinburneiana: A Gallimaufry of Bits and Pieces about Algernon Charles Swinburne (Gaithersburg, Maryland: Waring Press, 1974), p.