glamorisation


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the act of glamorizing

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The discipline, dedication and training required to reach the highest standards of the sport are also emphasised, making it a book about surfing and life rather than a glamorisation of a superficially appealing lifestyle.
Youth Minister Kate Ellis said she was determined to stop the glamorisation of unhealthily thin women, which has been blamed for children suffering eating disorders.
Of several hanging scenes, the BBFC defends the certificate thus: 'There is no glamorisation of dangerous behaviour that young children are likely to copy, and it is made clear that hanging is not a game and something which could be fatal'.
He highlighted the moral complexities of Vietnam (Platoon, Born On The Fourth Of July, Heaven & Earth), savaged his fellow Americans's relentless pursuit of wealth (Wall Street), satirised the glamorisation of violence (Natural Born Killers) and remembered one of the United States's darkest days (World Trade Center).
He highlighted the moral complexities of Vietnam (Platoon, Born On The Fourth Of July), savaged his fellow Americans' relentless pursuit of wealth (Wall Street), satirised the glamorisation of violence (Natural Born Killers) and remembered one of the United States' darkest days (World Trade Center).
But the glamorisation of design is just a side effect of what is emerging as cultural fact: designers, through their willing exploration of pre-industrial processes and post-industrial concerns, are today becoming more interesting than their architect cousins, who seem to have stopped looking at the world except through their computers and who no longer like to get their hands dirty.
The continual glamorisation of sleeping around put out by the media gives totally the wrong picture, every whim has to be satisfied.
Amanda Jacks, of the Football Supporters' Federation, said: "There is a glamorisation of football disorder and kids are attracted to it.
They said: "Such action would help to avoid the glamorisation of smoking and protect the health of young fans.
In his meticulous planning of the crime of the century, the charismatic Reynolds, played suavely by Luke Evans, inspires admiration for his ambition and leadership skills, if not his honesty, and it's hard not to be seduced by the glamorisation of their crime.
And while we may be less tolerant of smoking in everyday life, little has been done to address its glamorisation.
AS Britain rightly pays tribute to the last World War 1 hero Private Harry Patch who has died, aged 111, let there be no fictional glamorisation of the newly released memoir by despicable traitor Anthony Blunt, the so-called fourth man in the five-strong Cambridge spy ring which included Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean.
He highlighted the moral complexities of Vietnam (Platoon, Born On The Fourth Of July, Heaven and Earth), savaged his fellow Americans' relentless pursuit of wealth (Wall Street), satirised the glamorisation of violence (Natural Born Killers) and remembered one of the United States' darkest days (World Trade Center).
He highlighted the moral complexities of Vietnam (Platoon, Born On The Fourth Of July, Heaven & Earth), savaged America's pursuit of wealth (Wall Street), satirised the glamorisation of violence (Natural Born Killers) and marked one of its darkest days (World Trade Center).