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The CTS is the vehicle that really started the renaissance of the Cadillac brand, so being the fashion-forward stalwart that it has been since the 2003 model year car first appeared, the 2014 is designed with more than a soupcon of elegance and excitement, manifest in sheet metal.
There are touches of Paul Simon's more sombre moods, a flourish of grown up brass here, a soupcon of morose strings there and some songs with titles like Bones and Drowning Doll.
Thirteen: Conspiracy Channel 5, 9pm Take a dash of 24, soupcon of Lost, and throw in a dash of the Jason Bourne movies, and what have you got?
It provides more than a soupcon of religiosity for what otherwise is a ferocious secular binge.
CHAV pilots, purveyors of dirty ditties, jilted newly weds, accident-prone culture buffs and an overly frank dad - just a soupcon of the voices in the heads of Armstrong and Miller.
L'epreuve libertine: Morale, soupcon et pouvoirs dans la France baroque.
Perhaps it's the delicious combination of ingredients that includes a soupcon of informative content, a dash of suspense, as we wait to learn who has made it through to the next round, and a small but wicked dose of whatever it is that makes us love reality TV so much, as we watch the quirky contestants wilt under the pressure of the contest.
Placing the nomad tent amid the most ordinary Swiss houses is a provocation, but it is also an excellent example of alienation and dislocation as a refined and elegant artistic practice, with a soupcon of exoticism.
From there it is but a short leap to the conclusion that there's no actual desire to compete on price--otherwise you'd be eking out every last soupcon of cost to reinvest.
Et le soupcon se precise avec les etudes de cas censees illustrer le propos theorique.
The third reason - and I hope you'll forgive the soupcon of egomania here - is that I suggested the Man o'War to them after Arlington.
This issue also provides a soupcon of essays on gender and its transgressions, which is perhaps the best one could hope for with such a vast topic.
Sure to be among the most controversial of these is The History Boys, which adds a soupcon of illicit sex to the familiar Dead Poets Society formula: Richard Griffiths's Hector is a rotund English teacher who inspires his teen pupils with poetry and analysis and then, at the end of the day, invites them onto his motorbike to discreetly cop a feel.
Waiting is puerile and crass, lacking a soupcon of imagination, and inspired apparently by writer-director McKittrick's own experience of working in an eaterie in Orlando, Florida.
The opener, Christopher Wheeldon's piece d'occasion For 4, allowed the four men to ride the nuances of Schubert's Death and the Maiden with a soupcon of wit and playfulness.