austere


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cold and forbidding

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severely simple

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of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor

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practicing great self-denial

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According to the forum, these austere measures will further weaken the purchasing power of middle-class and disadvantaged consumers and weaken enterprises belonging to organised economy sector.
Due to the austere times the council is facing I believe it would be a wonderful gesture from the council for the time of year
There are only two nonconstituent nominalist analyses possible: relational and austere nominalism.
At Thursday's TribLive conversation, I interviewed Lance Armstrong about the need to protect cancer research funding in austere times and his advocacy on behalf of an indoor workplace smoking ban.
A Non-Eliminative Understanding of Austere Nominalism, PHILIP GOFF
Buildings are compact, timber framed and utterly austere in form and furnishings, symbolising the importance of a modest life to Buddhist teachings.
He said: "We acknowledge it has been pretty bloody and conditions are austere but what has been underestimated by the Taliban is the sheer resilience, resolve and courage of the British Armed Forces.
With its austere, black-and-white cinematography and a cast full of weather-beaten faces, ``13 Tzameti'' tries hard to ape the hard-boiled crime movies of French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville and his successors from the French New Wave.
Austere style in twentieth-century literature; literary minimalism.
Lauren Grant, by far the smallest member of the company, but only in height, lit up the austere Bijoux--a strange little girl in a pink satin dress--and the even more austere Rondo, originally a solo for Morris.
Because of its austere anatomy, researchers long assumed that the developing heart uses a mechanism called peristalsis, in which a series of muscle contractions move material from one end of a tube to the other.
Pumhosl's footnotes to modernism seem austere, almost monastic.
The lab's Air Vehicles, Human Effectiveness, and Sensors directorates here are working with three technologies that, when combined, will help Air Mobility Command pilots to land in remote and austere weather and field conditions.
Bostridge shares with Pears a certain learned and austere drama that's ideally suited for the dark and haunting Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings.
This year Mardi Gras is February 28, the fat and festive Tuesday immediately preceding the abstemious and austere Ash Wednesday that begins the holy season of Lent.