Last year The New York Times' Jennifer Dunning wrote of their appearance at The Joyce Theater, "Josette and Joseph Wiggan bring a somewhat brassier
tone to the mix in their solos and group numbers, dancing with a canny expertise and an explosive joy that suggest that tap lives on in all its purity in younger generations.
The Depression hit big bands hard in the 1930s, but Whiteman persevered with a smaller, brassier
PACOIMA - The Pacoima Middle School anthem ripped through the band room - a ``La Bamba'' as brash as any sung by the late Ritchie Valens - only brassier
, Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2003, pp.
3-29, and Ray Brassier
, Nihil Unbound (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007), p.
(Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2003), esp.
But to the business clientele, who have been eating at Manrique's Brassier
in Anchorage since it opened in June 2004, fast food means tapas.
Though sometimes overshadowed by its brassier
neighbor Dubai, per capita, Abu Dhabi is the wealthiest emirate among the United Arab Emirates -- and it's engaged in its own full-throttle development binge.
He thrives on conflict and bounces back bolder and brassier
Its pale coffee walls and bright L-shaped room are certainly a transformation from what used to be a loud, brassier
The third time he followed the same script with an even brassier
(Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Middlesex, England) translates Apres la finitude, which was published in 2006 by Editions du Seuil.
He still had the golden blonde hair he had in high school, although it was brassier
and thinner around his temples.
He worked a 40-hour week as a chef helping provide food for the 80-cover brassier
restaurant while claiming disability and living allowance between 2002 and 2008, a court heard.
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