Author Priscilla Costello, a counseling astrologer, demonstrates how to read a horoscope using Aquarius Oprah Winfrey as an example; significant traits are friendliness, independence, a tendency to opinionate, and braininess
While Aner appreciated my braininess
, he didn't like how I was
Charming Hostess: The three hot, plus-sized women of San Francisco's Charming Hostess offer up girly, body-centered music that colludes with their Jewish and African diasporas, radical braininess
and the political and erotic nexus of progressive politics.
As a comic, Russell's shtick on a standard Big Brother's Big Mouth is - introduce guests, make reference to a highbrow figure to show his braininess
, talk about his "dinkle" to show he's rude, shriek "I pulled down my trousers", have a pretend fight with a stuffed animal and twirl round saying "The swine
Standardized tests measure braininess
and memory skills.
Another piece gives an impression of abstract braininess
, with asymmetrical pieces of lavender glass twirling from copper wires.
These negative stereotypes gradually turned, in the last years of the twentieth century, into positive ones: first Jews and then Asians came to model economic self-sufficiency and braininess
as means to social success (albeit also as de-masculinized neurotics).
The key elements of the dominant depiction of the war--loyal Jewish service to both North and South, the reciprocated Jewish love of Lincoln, the braininess
of Benjamin--echoed the reconciliatory spirit of the broader historiography.
But once you move beyond the film's rigorous braininess
and authentic feel, you stumble into a thicket of overlapping dialogue, jump cuts and an unwillingness on the part of Carruth to at least leave a trail of bread crumbs behind him.
Latter role is conspicuously underwritten but, even at that, Moynahan fails to bring desired layers of braininess
, ambiguity, inner conflict or motivation to a part that needed something--anything--to animate it.
Add to his braininess
, naivete, and provincialism some of the other qualities Wills attributes to Madison--inconsistency, dullness of manner, paranoia, insensitivity, and occasional dishonesty-and the author has the ingredients to provide a fairly uncomplicated portrait of Madison and his failures.
People are uniquely vulnerable to such glucose starvation because of their disproportionate braininess
Pinsky can still be seen as a poet trying to balance comprehensiveness with compression, braininess
or hairlessness, or braininess
, or rapid body growth during adolescence.
Hugel argues that in Christianity, as well as in its Jewish religious and Greek philosophical antecedents, there is "no search for a minimum, but there are various approximations to a maximum; no one abstraction, but various concretions; no braininess
, but a large subconsciousness.