The idiom in which Mr.
He was a principal figure in the hard-bop idiom.
This is a Welsh idiom that is used to emphasize enjoyment.
Rich retrofitted the American lyric idiom to the exploration of trauma.
"The thinking is hopeful - like the idiom goes, build a city and people will come," he adds.
Bramante planned gigantic building complexes that adhered as never before to the idiom of antiquity.
But the reports interested millions of people, as did the Broadway idiom in which he wrote and spoke.
The word proof was synonymous to test in the 16th century, which is when this idiom is thought to have surfaced.
The show notes said that this was about “translating a quintessentially feminine couture identity into a masculine idiom.”
By 1930 Modernism had lost its coherence as a movement, although its organizers continued to write in the Modernist idiom.
As one of the first to incorporate native materials into his works, he helped establish an independent American musical idiom.
Rachmaninoff’s music, although written mostly in the 20th century, remains firmly entrenched in the 19th-century musical idiom.
Making full use of the resources and possibilities of the novel form, each writer has found the distinct idiom that their story demands."
He assimilated the rhythmic and melodic traits of Czech folk music into a modern, Neoclassical idiom that shows a clarity and precision characteristic of French music.
His music is superbly colourful and imaginative, but his creative personality was arrested in its development after 1871, and his later work is couched in the idiom of his youth.
After 1946 he wrote his most significant works in a serialist idiom, without rejecting traditional formal designs or rhythmic patterns reminiscent of Panamanian folk and popular music.
It was, like many literary innovations, from Mark Twain onwards, a high-low hybrid, and linked, in Roth’s words, “the idiom of the academy with the idiom of the streets (not all streets – certain streets)”.
The usual thing is to insist that Runyon had an amazing “ear” for natural idiom, but, as Cy Feuer points out, Runyon’s dialogue is essentially unplayable, too far removed from any human idiom to be credible in drama.
“The personnel changes can be spun as Beijing finally taking decisive action and beginning the process of sheeting home responsibility for the crisis,” said Richard McGregor, a senior fellow at the Lowy Institute in Sydney, using a nautical idiom meaning to fix blame, “but they also reek a little of panic.”
Regarding the last four problems, McNamara 1996a, 1996b provide a semantical and logical framework for distinguishing “must” from “ought”, indifference from optionality, as well as distinctly representing “the least you can do” idiom and analyzing one central sense of “supererogation” via that otherwise unstudied idiom.
- a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language
- the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people
- the style of a particular artist or school or movement
Example: an imaginative orchestral idiom
- an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up
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Regarding the last four problems McNamara 1996a 1996b provide a semantical and logical framework for distinguishing must from ought indifference from optionality as well as distinctly representing the least you can do idiom and analyzing one central sense of supererogation via that otherwise unstudied idiom