He has been charged with riotous
behaviour and attempted criminal damage.
Mayhem ensues in a riotous
train of mistaken identity, seduction and pursuit.
New work Monad took Stravinsky to a higher level
Experience teaches that the best way to deal with these riotous
disruptions is to prevent them in the first place.
RHYME AND REASON& young punk poet Jamie T performed in riotous
JAMES FANSHAWE'S horses are in tremendous form and the Newmarket trainer can continue his fine run with Riotous
Applause at Hamilton this afternoon.
The Guardian Guide made it their Single of the Week at the weekend, calling it "a riotous
blitz of jerky military riddims.
A high point is their slapstick video, 'The Way Things go' (1985-87), which captures a chain reaction involving mundane objects such as rubber tires, balloons and buckets propelled by a sequence of carefully orchestrated but seemingly spontaneous collisions and explosions into riotous
That business of late has been playing the riotous
Barney on the hit CBS TV show How I Met Your Mother.
Best of all are Moore's trademark portentous juxtapositions: In one key scene two women get it on at the riotous
premier of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring; later a super-orgy is intercut with the shooting of Archduke Ferdinand.
Fortunately, Piven only got beaned that one time, and by the time the riotous
match was over, everyone was all smiles.
The baroque era witnessed a flowering of the tilemaker's art, with vivid colours and wide ranging subject matter--religious scenes, plants, animals, people and landscapes--but the riotous
polychromy of these was gradually overtaken by the more sober blue and white tiles that currently adorn so many Portuguese churches and public buildings.
But unlike previous flower field pieces, all of which are charged with riotous
color, the animated effects of Cartoon Garden are delivered in graphic black-and-white--and that changes everything.
Spencer opened with a wide-margin success on Riotous
Applause in the EBF Maiden Fillies' Stakes in which Sanders had to settle for third spot on favourite Rose Of Inchinor.
Originally published as Big Class, Little Class, it is a clever little book which draws on popular fairy tales, mixes them up in a big witch-like cauldron and spews it out in a chaotic, riotous
story that will have plenty of appeal for chaotic, riotous
five to seven-year-olds.