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In town after town my companion pointed out the Negro school and the White school, and in every instance the former made a better appearance ( it was newer, for one thing ).
Ann was plainly disappointed in his appearance.
Mr. Herford's appearance was that of a frustrated gnome.
Some people thought he lacked both ability and character, but most agreed that he was noble in appearance and, for a Russian, humane.
He was then a slightly built young man of pleasing appearance, medium stature, and handsome face.
yet his changed appearance, surprisingly, was one of plumpness.
In my recollection, there was a long interval between the death of the officer and the appearance of the first of the retreating redcoats, and in that interval the dust cloud over the road seems to hover indefinitely.
This resulted in an improved appearance, but was followed by an increase in printing cost that necessitated the institution of major economies to keep within the total of allocated funds.
That achievement was his creation of the universal grinding machine, which made its appearance in 1876 at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition.
During the year that followed, Dick co-operated whole-heartedly with the dentist and was delighted with the final result achieved -- an upper row of strong straight teeth that completely changed his facial appearance.
His sudden unannounced appearance at the Borden home was strange in that he did not carry an iota of baggage with him, although he clearly intended to stay overnight, if not longer.
There was no way to know, no way to guess whether any one of them was surprised at Sarah's appearance, believing her to be drugged and senseless -- and just possibly dead.
Saxton has made only one second-half appearance this season and that was in the Washington State game, for four plays: he returned the kickoff 30 yards, gained five yards through the line and then uncorked a 56-yard touchdown run before retiring to the bench.
But then, Mario Lanza was no common singer, and his whole career, public and non-public, was studded with the kind of unconventional happenings that terminate with the appearance of his first `` recital '' only when he has ceased to be a living voice.
Doc Doolittle's scheduled appearance at captain's mast was a very unusual thing, because the discipline dispensed there is ordinarily for the young and immature, and a chief is naturally expected to stay off the report.
It was a vivid, sharp February morning that Johnnie first made his appearance in my back yard, bringing some stuff Dad had ordered.
Pythagoras believed that behind the appearance of things, there was the permanent principle of mathematics, and that the forms were based on a transcendental mathematical relation.
The appearance of fixed lines in this spectrum was successfully explained by these orbital transitions.
Poirot's first appearance was in The Mysterious Affair at Styles ( published 1920 ) and his last in Curtain ( published 1975, the year before Christie died ).
Her first appearance was in a short story published in The Sketch magazine in 1926, " The Tuesday Night Club ", which later became the first chapter of The Thirteen Problems ( 1932 ).
Her first appearance in a full-length novel was in The Murder at the Vicarage in 1930.
Casa Milà was a predecessor of some buildings with a similar biomorphic appearance:
Agesilaus was of small stature and unimpressive appearance, and was lame from birth.

appearance and critical
Translations of the New Testament made since the appearance of better critical editions of the Greek text ( notably those of Tischendorf, Westcott and Hort, and von Soden ) have largely used them as their base text.
Fonda got the first break, as he was hired to make his first film appearance in 1935 as Janet Gaynor's leading man in 20th Century Fox's screen adaptation of The Farmer Takes a Wife ; he reprised his role from the Broadway production of the same name, which had gained him critical recognition.
This is associated with the phenomenon of critical opalescence, a milky appearance of the liquid due to density fluctuations at all possible wavelengths ( including those of visible light ).
Already established as a nightclub singer and musical theatre actress, she first attracted critical acclaim for her dramatic performances in the movies The Sterile Cuckoo ( 1969 ), and Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon ( 1970 ); Minnelli then rose to international stardom for her appearance as Sally Bowles in the 1972 film version of the Broadway musical Cabaret, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role.
He was spurred into doing so by the appearance of Marshal Foch's memoirs which were highly critical of Clemenceau, mainly for his policy at the Paris Peace Conference.
The film was a worldwide critical hit and raised Montand's profile in the US, where he made an appearance on Late Night with David Letterman.
Since his appearance in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3, Wario has become a well-established mascot for Nintendo, and also received a largely positive critical reception.
The appearance of this anthology initiated a critical discussion of the place of the Imagists in the history of 20th-century poetry.
The commercial and critical acclaim enjoyed by the band in 1969 culminated in an appearance at the Woodstock Festival, in which the band enjoyed headliner status.
Such an interpretation of Atiśa's first public appearance, found in Buddhist texts and historical accounts, strongly reinforces a couple of critical components of Buddhist philosophy.
A person's physical appearance has a critical impact on their sexual attractiveness.
The appearance of this edition marks the starting-point of the critical study of Sanskrit literature.
His first London appearance was in 1818 at Covent Garden as Sir Peter Teazle ( in Sheridan's The School for Scandal ), a part with which his name was always associated: he was an instant popular and critical success.
* The words " critic " and " critical " existed in the English language from the mid-16th century, and the word " criticism " first made its appearance in English in the early 17th century.
The band's bizarre appearance and crazed onstage antics initially baffled the UK press and audiences, and critical reactions were far from favourable, but as in New Zealand and Australia, their musical excellence, originality and enthusiasm again won them a cult following, from which the fan-club Frenz of the Enz began to develop.
Her appearance on the show drew criticism, with reports alleging that she was becoming a hate figure for the contestants, who were said to have found her comments relentlessly critical and at times patronising.
In 1999, Khan won a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his extended appearance in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai ( 1998 ), and since then has starred in several critical and commercial successes, including Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam ( 1999 ), Tere Naam ( 2003 ), Mujhse Shaadi Karogi ( 2004 ), No Entry ( 2005 ), Partner ( 2007 ), Wanted ( 2009 ), Dabangg ( 2010 ), Ready ( 2011 ), Bodyguard ( 2011 ) and Ek Tha Tiger ( 2012 ), which has become the second highest-grossing Bollywood film of all-time.
Low-profile substations may be specified in suburban areas where appearance is more critical.
His first non-singing role was in Honeymoon Hotel ( 1964 ), but it was not until a cameo appearance as a singer in Louis Malle's film, Atlantic City ( 1980 ) that Goulet was given critical acclaim.
After existing as a critical success only, this last album gained the group wider acclaim, as evidenced by Hicks ' appearance on the cover of Rolling Stone.
None of the poets associated with the tendency have used the equal signs when referring to the writing collectively, and its appearance in some critical articles can be read as an index of the author's outsider status.
In August 2010, Merge Records released Arcade Fire's The Suburbs to critical acclaim, preceding the band's headlining appearance at Lollapalooza.
Unfortunately for the poet, the poem's appearance coincided with the rise of the Movement with their open hostility to the neo-romantics, and, despite the support of Eliot and Hugh MacDiarmid, the book was neither a critical nor a popular success.
In January 2010 for Hospital 24 / 7, Church made an appearance on the program finale, where she visits the Children's Hospital for Wales to launch the Noah's Ark Appeals campaign to fund the equipment in the new Critical Care Unit, which will help children needing high dependency, or critical & intensive care.

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