Action becomes identity; it replaces character development and shifts mercurially
And of course, the mercurially
inspired design of the shoes themselves.
And what sea rocks them in its blue hammock, changed to green as mercurially
as mermaids giggle?
Did the director of nursing we discussed earlier abuse power by continually and mercurially
reassigning tasks that rewrote job descriptions?
At the level of the word, we are dealing with a poetic in which, as in Montaigne's Essais, 'words mercurially
slip out of each other, compress, or elide and divide' (p.
These are the environmental terms in which all of Poliakoff's canyon-dwellers define themselves, from the most mercurially
anarchic, to the most emotionally apathetic.
gifted Taarabt is probably even more Jason Koumas-like than the enigmatic Welsh star himself.