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“It's a $3 billion market,” says Dr Echt.
In 1938, Stein was transferred for safety to the Carmelite convent at Echt, Holland.
You can tell that an author is not averse to controversy when advance copies of their novel come emblazoned not with lavish endorsements from fellow writers but a selection of choice insults: "Julian Gough is not a novelist," states the New York Times, while John Banville declares: "Gough's notion that shouting the word 'feck' and being grossly scatological will make him seem echt Irish only harms his argument."
“Tough” and “competent” were, well, echt Wasp words, as Mailer would doubtless have pointed out.
Dr Echt will not give precise details, but says it “converts the energy back into electrical energy” to pace the heart.
Gros’s horizons, though they contain some American writers (including, puzzlingly, Jack Kerouac, the echt American driver), are narrowly Parisian.
This method also has the advantage that the placement of the receiver allows the pacing of the heart to be very precisely controlled, says Dr Echt.
Inserting the “Ring” and “Parsifal” into an echt-American road ritual banishes the portentousness of Wagner discourse and restores a sense of make-believe.
You would have a difficult time explaining to most of the canonical philosophers that this part of the work was echt philosophy and that part of their work was not.
Hitler’s favorite music was not only Wagner’s, much as he approved of that intellectually, but the echt operetta “The Merry Widow,” of which he could not get enough.
A freelance book publicist and echt Brooklynite, Bukszpan confesses to “an almost pathetic weakness for literary novels that don’t have much chance of getting noticed.”
Inspired by the fact that a heart can be restarted simply by thumping the chest, Debra Echt started to explore the use of shock waves as a form of heart-rhythm management.
With her sister Rosa, also a Catholic convert, Teresa Benedicta was arrested in Echt by the Gestapo on 2 August 1942 and shipped to Auschwitz concentration camp, arriving on August 7.
If the works had a smell, it would be like that of a factory-fresh car—an echt American aura, from the country’s post-Second World War epoch of dazzling manufacture and soaring optimism.
The mid-career, Brooklyn-based painter tackles his angst, both aesthetic and political, by depicting echt American imagery with a custom-designed arsenal of technologically enhanced sprays, drips, and washes.
Notably wonderful and ironic is the top choice, Edward Hopper’s “Nighthawks,” an echt American painting that neatly symbolizes much of what is imperiled by the massification of art and, for that matter, of life.
Moreover, it’s a bitch, because knowing too much robs you of the elemental pleasures of blind partisanship that defines the echt fan (and finds its hysterical apex in professional wrestling, a travesty of fanship that would evaporate if even rough shadings of Good vs.
(“Schönheit ist Wahrheit, Wahrheit Schönheit” is the German for “Beauty is truth, truth beauty,” but there is nothing beautiful about it: just a look tells us that the balance of the monosyllable against the disyllable, what we might call the echt sprezzatura of the original, isn’t there.)
Modigliani’s efforts contributed to history’s memory of the three artists as a fraternity of slightly outsiderish but echt-Parisian moderns whom Picasso and other leaders of the pack tolerated as confreres, and sometimes as more, and all three of whom were, incidentally, pickled in alcohol.
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