flamboyance


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extravagant elaborateness

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His flamboyance and rebelliousness found homes in and around Eric's in Mathew Street and Probe Records in Button Street - where he was a star turn behind the counter.
Mikado as an English word for the Japanese emperor may have become archaic today, but when it comes to the cosy 50-seater, it's arty wooden interiors and chic hanging white lights give it all the flamboyance and newness.
We have never shown his flamboyance. That's very different.
Stating that the siege mentality operated by England has been disappointing recently, Botham also said that he hopes that Flower's successor would bring enjoyment and flamboyance back into the game as cricket is about winning and entertaining, adding that he has been looking for more aggression and positivity about England's cricket.
There was always a sense of colour and flamboyance growing up.
But despite all this flamboyance, what we are left with is the husk of what ought to be a passionate tale.
Glynn Purnell has worked closely with Head Chef Jason Eaves to create a gastronomic Glynn menu, infused with delicate flavours and flamboyance at his second restaurant venture in Birmingham.
ENGLAND coach Steve McNamara will turn to the "flamboyance" of former plumber Danny Brough for his side's inaugural clash with the Exiles next week.
Among their topics are creating the collective hero in stories of cooperative development; entrepreneurial successes and failures in the arts; innovation, creativity, and imitation; the spectacle of entrepreneurship as a duality of flamboyance and activity; and constellations of another other in Aquarian Nation.
It is a joy and a delight, both in the colourful presentation of so many animals and birds and the fabulous collection of collective nouns used to describe them, such as 'a flamboyance of flamingos' etc.
"The Rivers State festival coming up in December, for instance, will feature masquerades of all characters, flamboyance and dexterity," says Onwudiwa.
However, Keegan adored the flamboyance and extrovert personality of Jonas, unlike the final flourish for Gonzalez and Xisco which sparked his walk out.
That could - just about - excuse such a deplorable show of flamboyance from Jamie.
Yesterday, he not only won a silver medal but also the crowd's affection as he played up to the cheers, showing similar flamboyance to that which has made record- breaking Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt such a hit in the Bird's Nest stadium.
Oramo may lack the flamboyance of Rattle, but beneath the understatement lies passion and a keen musical intelligence.