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“The orange ones with lacy leaves they commonly call Flamboyant trees.”
“We had drinks on the spectacular terrace, looking over dazzling vegetation not for nothing is the national red- and orange-flowered tree of Nevis called the Flamboyant to the sea, the uninhabited island of Redonda, and the outline of Montserrat beyond.”
“Another example of our twisted minds was the adjective 'Flamboyant'.”
“FYI - The video for "Flamboyant" by Pet Shop Boys which Scissor Sisters did the club remix of revolves around a Japanese businessman working up a routine for the variety show that the "Matrix Ping Pong" clip is from, and features a number of similar acts.”
“By the way, Gabriele's link differentiates between Gothic, which is about light and space and is the period of Harry's church, and the later Flamboyant which is very highly decorated and might lend itself more to continuous addition.”
“Flamboyant" was exactly the word for her appearance.”
“Pet Shop Boys too, who, in spite of some stellar singles (such as "Flamboyant") had sounded their age for just a bit … It's an adult album, a very black album in tone and themes, but one with a wink, a humour and a confidence.”
“There was an interview with NYC-gritty-committee chairman (see Screwball, "Flamboyant" beat)”
“Flamboyant dancing, the mixing of whites and blacks, and the presence of women were commonly described in such establishments.”
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