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  • Primed by these works, we begin to connect Chagall with his peers—seeing, for example, the Eiffel Tower in "Paris Through a Window" as both emblematic of Paris and related to his friend Robert Delaunay's prismatic, many-hued images of the motif.

    Beyond Fragile Fantasies

  • But Polly! many-hued, protean-natured, he never knew what she was going to do next.


  • In the process, Carnaval manages to lace together many of the seemingly contradictory threads of Bolivian society, creating a thickly lustrous and many-hued - if not quite unadulterated - cultural tapestry.

    Nathaniel Loewentheil: Deviled Dancers, Drunken Pilgrimages and the Magic of Bolivia's Carnaval

  • The rays from these four suns, as they bathed the rolling planets and were reflected back into space in many-hued magnificence, presented a sight both beautiful and weird.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • He wore, still, the fantastical robe of many-hued furs, and looked, with his tattooed cheeks and hooked nose, like an Otherworld creature himself.

    Dark Moon of Avalon

  • But diversity does not automatically translate into social comfort, Hawaii had its own difficult history of racial and cultural stratification, and young Obama struggled to find his place even in that many-hued milieu.

    Into the Story

  • As the great serpents, the guardians of the Weerul Council, descended, the braver of the Society launched many-hued flares of sorcerous power at them.

    The Night Of the Solstice

  • His senses reeled, swirling many-hued sunbursts danced before his eyes.

    "Master Control" by Harl Vincent, part 3

  • The interior, which is bright with gilding and many-hued fresco, is arranged so much like one of our churches, that no one would suspect its Oriental character.

    The Jews in America

  • Us elitists, you know, the ones with education, the ones that took an active interest in the world around us, the ones that flourished in the many-hued world of nuance and occasionally tried to make the world a better place - rather than hoarding as much as we could for ourselves and putting barbed wire and guns around it - We will opt out.

    tracy enid flick


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