illuminatingly love


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  • adv. In an illuminating manner.


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  • Motherhood, for instance, never gets a look in, as the ability to care joyfully and illuminatingly for others is viewed as an impossibility.

    The Fountainhead « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Technical examination of the Phillips's and Guggenheim's paintings, illuminatingly documented in the show, not only revealed the many alterations to "Sketch 1" during its evolution, and the assured confidence with which Kandinsky approached the Guggenheim's painting, but also showed that "Sketch 1" was painted on Münter's abandoned canvas version of the gouache.

    Complementary Abstractionists

  • She explains illuminatingly the increasing "financialisation" of and speculation in food commodities, which contributed, she suggests, to the price volatility that led to food riots in 2008.

    Et cetera: Steven Poole's non-fiction reviews

  • "Pitt the Younger" 1969–96 remains one of the most illuminatingly detailed analyses of a great political career ever written.

    A World We Have Lost

  • Cold War Kids have built their reputation on spiky, loose-limbed music, illuminatingly detailed lyrics and a voice-might-crack-at-any-second singer who could sound simultaneously tender and unhinged.

    Album review of Cold War Kids' 'Mine Is Yours'

  • A few hours later, banded together with my brother and my sister-in-law, I arrived at the 9: 30 Club at 8: 30pm which proved to be illuminatingly too early.

    Pavel Somov, Ph.D.: Tinariwen Simplicity in the District of Complexity

  • The rest of the programme was well thought out, with the Górecki illuminatingly set alongside premieres by Glass and Mark-Anthony Turnage.

    LPO/Alsop; Varèse 360°

  • But how can ‘irritation at his assumption that this problem can be so easily solved’ or ‘remembering how we sat under the honeysuckle near Orford’ be more illuminatingly called ‘brain state 50,987 with x neurons doing y and however complicated and precise you want to make this description’?

    Jane O'Grady - Can a machine change your mind?

  • While the book delivers an interesting, candid, fully dimensional account of her friendship with Marilyn Monroe, I found it more rushed, less illuminatingly written than BITTERSWEET.

    Archive 2008-12-14

  • One quaint expedition, grotesque and childish and yet an augury of greater things to come, flits very illuminatingly across the dreadful record of these war years.

    The Shape of Things to Come


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