Daoust has the voice of a tough, middle-aged cop and his reading has a tinge
of cynicism as well as a heavy layer of understanding that probes beneath the stereotypes.
Hughey gave her tale of "The Nightingale" an oriental tinge
, supported by the tonal qualities of McPhee's score.
The reddish tinge
indicates vegetation growing on several land areas, including South America and Australia.
From ongoing readings of key segments of John Storm Roberts' The Latin Tinge
, to call-in shows concerning immigration, specials on Benny More, golden oldies ("El Cofre del Recuerdo" with Julio Vigoreaux), and in-depth interviews with legends like Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri, Manny Oquendo and Andy Gonzales, Jerry Gonzales, Ray Barretto, Chucho Valdes, Los Papines, Cachao, Roberto Roena, Los Munequitos de Matanzas and many others, keep listeners informed.
It will appeal to readers who love a tinge
of the supernatural in their mysteries, and who will appreciate that this story authentically draws from Native American culture.
of fantasy is part of the work's seduction, even as Casebere's worlds are built to an artist's exacting standards and informed by an adult's historical awareness.
To the uninitiated, an aerogel might took like nothing more than a milky bluish tinge
inside an empty glass vial.
All of 2005 is blocked out,'' Ferrell says with a tinge
Many of the rich and famous in these "lifestyle" images are Rossell's friends and family, and there is an apparent affection and even a tinge
of pity evident in the pictures.
I see tinges
of Inquisition rhetoric throughout Christian writing.
Bell's is an art of tinges
, a disciplined exercise that exults in the ineffable.
Even when he sings sotto voce with just acoustic guitar for accompaniment, intensity tinges
The upfront malty tinges
and a lovely orangey aftertaste linger and caress the palate.
Always a top drop wherever it may be brewed, this bona fide liquid history brims with personality, jostling malty tinges
with a sharp citric finish.