Alexandra says her skin "blaringly
begs to differ and is resolutely white".
For all its humdrum meditations on emptiness, Nine emerges as an ode--like Wordsworth's "Composed Upon Westminster Bridge"--to the city as the place where the silent and bare, once perceived by the artist, becomes blaringly
leads her employees in rounds of self-congratulation, whereupon Knyazev smoothly takes the mic to push the crowd over into corporate euphoria.
Part of the reason was made blaringly
clear in a conference presenter's quote that "75% of behavioral health organizations are still without agency-wide e-mail." Attendees also learned that behavioral healthcare is about three years behind general healthcare in EHR adoption, but general healthcare only has 20 to 25% EHR adoption in hospitals and 10 to 15% EHR adoption in physician offices.
American sexual hypocrisy was blaringly
Curiously, the one shade blaringly
absent from the episode happens to be the third tint that would have completed the tricolor Irish flag: orange.
She briefly considered Egypt but selected the bustling Middle Eastern outpost with its over-the-top hotels, restaurants and nightclubs for her early September celebration--even though she knows Dubai will be blaringly
New research found you are more likely to have an accident if you're listening to blaringly
loud music while driving.
The all-American Thoroughly Modern Millie, last year's Tony winner, is as blaringly
overproduced as anything ever concocted in the West End.
Although minorities were still persecuted, most blaringly
the Armenians, whom the Turks massacred in 1896, the great powers nevertheless continued to regard as legitimate the formula of Berlin; it was a norm of sovereignty.
After all, most memoirs that are so heavily trumpeted don't live up to the fanfare, and All's Fair is, well, being trumpeted blaringly
. James Carville and Mary Matalin received almost a million dollar advance to tell the story of their oddball romance and to wax about their roles in opposing camps in the 1992 presidential election.
pregnant Davina McCall: to have a sore throat and go on the pill.