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“Entering, Ms. Caro writes, is "like walking inside a many-faceted jewel.”
“In the end," Ms. Baas writes in her introduction to the catalog, "Fluxus was perhaps less an art-making activity than a philosophical activity intended to open minds to the many-faceted reality of life.”
“Whilst The Morville Hours tells the story of that garden, it is only a small fraction of the hybrid, many-faceted narrative.”
“Mine is the generation which decreed that not talking honestly about settlement and its many-faceted shield, occupation, was apolitical and therefore correct.”
“This seems to me to be a logical progression: each box serves as one volume of each woman's rich, many-faceted life.”
““The film we wanted to make had to be a reflection of French society – multiple, many-faceted, complex,” Cantet said in his acceptance speech.”
“Ebenezer Howard simply wrote off the intricate, many-faceted, cultural life of the metropolis.”
“Needless to say, human beings are many-faceted, complex creatures.”
“It had been leveled to support a glittering, roughly pyramidal structure, twice as high as a man, that was set in the rock like a gigantic, many-faceted jewel.”
“It swiftly became a huge, many-faceted, gray crystal, a gem the size of a market melon.”
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