gallimaufry


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Although highly accomplished, 2010's Goodbye Falkenburg was a bit of a gallimaufry. A mash of "everything [they] had listened to up to that point, all combined musically."
London, August 27 ( ANI ): Words like notspot, ringxiety and intoxicated are among a list of 1,000 new words and phrases included in the Word Lover's Gallimaufry, a special section of the latest edition of the Chambers Thesaurus that focuses on how our language is evolving.
On the one hand, some authors inveigh against a potential gallimaufry, another mixture that 'degrades' the alleged 'purity' of literary, aesthetic or intellectual productions; on the other, we perceive a certain ambiguity about the possibility of introducing some breeches of decorum by allowing the mixing of types or styles, especially as they seem to be inevitable, to the extent that for many authors these generic mixtures appear to be acceptable.
The pervasive communal atmosphere resulted in a gallimaufry of participants, somehow brought together by having helped tend a first firing somewhere, years or decades before, and catching a happy contagion leading to airline tickets and here we were.
Like Saint Paul's Athens with its gallimaufry of ideas and faith, Asheville worships a thousand gods.
That is, recovered groupings are interpretable, as opposed to consisting of a gallimaufry of genera with no meaningful connections.
She was a post-grad literature student, her doctoral thesis a strange mutant gallimaufry on literature and the imagination.
FONTWELL: 2.20 Rossmore Lad, 2.50 Aldertune, 3.20 Gallimaufry, 3.50 Our Jim, 4.20 Osmosia, 4.50 Sumdancer, 5.20 Gores Island.
NAOMI MATTHEW: 2.20 Rossmore Lad, 2.50 Aldertune, 3.20 Gallimaufry, 3.50 Our Jim, 4.20 Osmosia, 4.50 Sumdancer, 5.20 Gores Island.
Bridgwater trainer Kevin Bishop ended a five-month losing spell when Bernard, ridden by Giles Hawkins, had enough left in the locker to hold off Gallimaufry in the 3m2f handicap hurdle.
The management of BPH/PE/LUTS includes a gallimaufry of treatment options, from herbal compounds to several classes of drugs to many surgical options.
The Georgetown University library also celebrated Swinburne's centenary with "A Swinburne Gallimaufry," an exhibition based on the papers of John S.
The aim of the ethnographer is to create order from a gallimaufry of data, including archival information, recordings of performance events, and personal oral histories.
Born in 1934, he grew up on the south side of Omaha, Nebraska, an ethnic haven populated in the early twentieth century by a gallimaufry of European immigrants.
Moreover, the Old English glosses of the Eadwine Psalter are a "linguistic gallimaufry" of forms cobbled together from "several periods and dialects," including a brief use of the Old English Metrical Psalms from Psalm 90.15 to 95.2.