quixotic


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not sensible about practical matters

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Nonetheless, the sheer mass of Rauner's money is a formidable obstacle to Ives' quixotic quest.
The show started 10 years ago, when graphic designer and percussionist Anthony Magliano got the idea for Quixotic.
Anthony Cascardi has written, "there is something quixotic about the novel itself," and, as J.
Featuring special guests, aerial acrobatics troupe Quixotic, the show runs June 13-14 at 8pm and June 15 at 4pm at the Folly Theater, 300 W.
The chase ends in carnage and John wakes from a bullet wound to meet Tonto (Johnny Depp), a quixotic Commanche Native American, who also has good reason to want Cavendish dead.
The title of the film may be The Lone Ranger but this is Depp''''s show and once again, he conjures a quixotic, comic creation out of the ether.
Here at home, Champion lives in a 1956 atomic ranch on Tulip Street, which contains his own quixotic mix of mid-century modern icons.
A one-time practitioner of electoral dark arts for the Republican Party, he is now himself helming a quixotic bid for the GOP nomination.
Playwrights also drew on Cervantes' plots and quixotic characters including the famous team of Beaumont and Fletcher.
Irreverent to the point of being quixotic, All Encompassing Trip evokes the wild and crazy atmosphere of a world where normal is Missing in Action.
When the Steelers took the long and winding road to a Super Bowl victory a year ago, there was finally a happy ending for what had looked like a quixotic struggle for Bill Cowher and Jerome Bettis.
Quixotic as such an undertaking might initially appear, Abd-Allah argues that the genesis of Webb's spiritual quest can be located in Victorian society itself, especially in its religious ferment and consequent fascination with Theosophy and Eastern religions.
From an orphaned baby Rhesus monkey who finds a new mother in an old monkey rescued from a lab, to an illegally shot red-tailed hawk that gradually regained the ability to soar, to the quixotic friendship between an elderly rabbit and a young porcupine, Through Animals' Eyes, Again brings the reader on a journey of discovery, insight, and wonder.
Representing Japan, Terunobu Fujimori and his quixotic Roadway Observation Society sought out the surreal, unconscious spirit of the city (a staircase to nowhere and a charming chicken television).
Carlson looks at the effect of the Great War on another fantasist, Lord Dunsany, and his updating of the Quixotic romance in Don Rodriquez.