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Perfectly at home with the Modern idiom, these architects are able to extemporise, making the language serve their explorations.
But the ancient politician would almost certainly feel restricted on the set of Question Time: he was trained to deliver audible speeches, and to extemporise effectively, before open air audiences of up to 15,000 opinionated citizens.
Ian Mongan picked up a one-day ban (November 26) for careless riding in the concluding race, landed by Extemporise after his mount veered across unplaced Tartiruga in the closing stages.
The fluidity, as well as a feeling for surface and an ability to extemporise on the spirit of the place on which he is working, give his work a fantastic quality and make minimal connections with the fin de siecle in Barcelona.
Mark Brisbourne was the trainer in form, notching a double when Tokewanna overcame traffic problems in the seven-furlong stakes and Adobe outpointed Extemporise for the mile stakes.
As illustrated on the rugby and football pitches the French consistently rip up the rule books and defy the odds by playing sport with guile and imagination and being prepared to extemporise whenever necessary.
THE diligence of trainer Terry Clement and groom Ian Campbell, himself a former licence holder, paid off when Extemporise won the afternoon's most competitive race in good style by four lengths.
The central character is a poet who can extemporise at the drop of a hat.
THE benefits of regional racing were echoed by winning trainers Terry Clement and Richard Price after the successes of Extemporise and Court One on Friday night.
Clement opened his account for the year a couple of months earlier than usual and provided Tom McLaughlin with the second leg of a double when Extemporise got up in the final stride to nail Tojoneski in the mile banded stakes.
Each spirit has its own dance as well as song which the shaman extemporises to call on it.
The forms of the Razha differ in the movements of the participants, the type and speed of the rhythm governing the movements, the poetic metre which form the singing of its verses, and the subject which the poet extemporises on.
A scheme for a lighting showroom and offices on an unremarkable site in provincial Germany extemporises on the theme of light and transforms a blank box into a lyrical and functional work space.
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