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  • Collaborating with Nagata Acoustics, which also worked on the Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, Mr. Gehry draped the ceiling in curvilinear acoustical sails ready to catch a varied blast of projections, from commissioned videos and theatrical light shows to master-class lectures.

    Gehry Leaves the Risks to the Kids

  • He has not, of course, and yet the oldest manager in the business has never properly offered his account of what happened that night – 27 May, 2009, the Champions League final and a 2-0 win for Barcelona that, for long spells, amounted to a master-class in the art of retaining possession.

    Alex Ferguson says Manchester United will be well primed for Barcelona

  • In 2010, Cancellara provided a classics master-class on his way to adding a second career victory at Roubaix to his Tour of Flanders win the week before.

    Thor Hushovd targets Paris-Roubaix, worlds defence

  • This film, if nothing else, is a master-class in underacting.

    Scott Mendelson: Huff Post Review: Let Me In (2010)

  • It was a bit of master-class in how to play off of performance expectations, and in how magically you can up the stakes of humor the less you give away the joke.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • It was a bit of master-class in how to play off of performance expectations, and in how magically you can up the stakes of humor the less you give away the joke.

    Fragende Ode

  • The original, though, remains a master-class in cinematic smarts by a 29-year-old filmmaker who made up the rules as he went along.

    The Timeless Appeal of 'Breathless'

  • It is a bit like attending a blog-based master-class.

    Ingenuity in plotting

  • The original, though, remains a master-class in cinematic smarts by a 29-year-old filmmaker who made up the rules as he went along.

    The Timeless Appeal of 'Breathless'

  • The exercise in shadow-boxing conducted by the TUC ... and the middle-class media [was] antiphonal and combative, a master-class in non-communication that reminded one of PG Wodehouse's aunts bellowing to each other 'like mastodons across a primeval swamp.'

    Newspapers go back in time to launch new attacks on the trade unions

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