The new salon is one of a number of reminiscent
pods we have across the hospital, but patients can actually have their hair done there on a Saturday.
ShORTLiSTeD for the Sound of 2011, Calvi's debut album is a smouldering gothic masterpiece that is reminiscent
of Julee Cruise and angelo Badalamenti's soundtrack to Twin Peaks.
Chocolaty: An aromatic perception in a brew's aftertaste, reminiscent
of unsweetened chocolate or vanilla.
We added different types of lay-in ceiling tiles in common spaces, using printed tin ceilings in some of the rooms that are also reminiscent
of the architecture of the early 20th century.
The violence is raw and very reminiscent
of The Passion of the Christ.
We are in a time of cheap alcohol reminiscent
of Gin Lane.
Selective mirroring of groups of blocks, reminiscent
of Jasper Johns's '70s crosshatch paintings, adds another dynamic layer.
The hearings, critics say, were reminiscent
of the 1925 Scopes trial in Dayton, Ohio.
In a courtroom scene reminiscent
of To Kill a Mockingbird, they watch in horror as innocent Indian John is sentenced to hang though bravely defended by an idealistic young lawyer.
Together, this duo of unlikely girlfriends produce a dynamic reminiscent
of Calvin and Hobbes, particularly when one contrasts Agnes' contemplative albeit self-absorbed musings to Trout's more practical and simple realism-based approach to life.
For over 18 years, Johnny Rockets has offered the food, fun and friendliness reminiscent
of feel-good Americana.
Pieranunzi's playing will please anyone who loves Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock; the album itself is lovely, lyrical and reminiscent
of Haden's quiet glories with Pat Metheny and Kenny Barron.
The new album by performance artist Antony and his chamber orchestra, the Johnsons, contains unmistakable elements of soul music: a brass band and string ensemble, sparse piano-and-vocals arrangements, and Antony's expressive, tremulous voice, reminiscent
of Nina Simone.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT is a zany surprisingly sophisticated screwball comedy reminiscent
of the 1930s Hepburn movies.
Surprisingly, however, the particles spontaneously arranged within each sphere into extraordinary patterns reminiscent
of eyeballs and striped billiard balls, Velev says.