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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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shipbuilding What would the austerely dressed folk of 90 years ago make of today's Lycra, trainers and energy drinks?
Stephen Gadd's austerely dominant presence and rich, evenly produced voice give Giorgio Germont real authority and he strikes a fine balance between genuine humanity and selfish abuse of power.
John followed the example of previous Hebrew prophets, living austerely, challenging sinful rulers, calling for repentance, and promising God's justice.
It is pertinent to mention that on Saturday gathering former president contended PTI chairman Imran Khan austerely as Khan had recently challenged PPP stake in Sindh province.
Those who knew Sayyed, including the town's mayor, described him as intelligent and austerely religious.
Canadians at home should live austerely, many argued; in wartime, it was sinful to have fun while others suffered.
Yet this is much more austerely French than Kiwi in style with a mineral and citrus nose leading to mineral and citrus flavours.
This is Connemara, an austerely dramatic region of upperlands, mountain lakes and rivers.
The city of Kazan sits on the banks of the Volga River austerely, its cityscape a visual confection of architecture that somehow manages to be both playful and severe.
8220;I love the way the artists convey the illusion of space using minimalist drawing techniques, and I find the gold leaf in Japanese folding screens both traditional and austerely modern.
Used car dealers received some good news when they were endorsed by Pope Francis recently in a call for priests and bishops to live austerely and simply.
NNA - "Amal" Movement and Hezbollah underlined utter support to army institution in its march to preserve the nation's security, stability and civil peace, and austerely deplored any attempt to doubt the role of this national, united institution and its capabilities.
He proceeded to rouse the audience with a perfectly paced display of extemporary speechmaking, full of ironical quips and yet austerely dignified in its central message.
The style of Julia Stephen's booklet is a different matter from that of her daughter's writing--there is an almost total absence of the complex sentence structure her daughter favored, and the booklet sentences the reader to an austerely simple collection of advisements.
In bringing his Opera de Marseilles production to the stage of Toronto's Four Seasons Centre this fall, Charles Roubaud opened the Canadian Opera Company's 2012/13 season with a minimally directed, austerely designed staging (sets by jean-Noel Levesque, costumes by Katia Duflot and lighting by Marc Delameziere) that allowed the music to speak for itself in the simplest, most-direct manner.