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  • Backed by the disciplined repetition of his group ( 'Don't start improvising, for God's sake', Smith barks on 'Slates, Slogs etc', 1981), Smith could narrate or sermonise in a semi-codefied language that made philosophical comedy out of intellectual short-hand.

    FallNet - a pack of gnomes, trolls and gargoyles

  • The ambassador felt that "though both Brazil and India had a rich legacy of dances, the Brazilian dances were full of energy and discipline while the Indian dances were more codefied".

    Khaleej Times : UAE News

  • The ambassador felt that though both Brazil and India had a rich legacy of dances, the Brazilian dances were full of energy and discipline while the Indian dances were more codefied ".

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