from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. With great contrast
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a stark manner; stiffly; strongly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a stark manner; stiffly; strongly; rigidly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in sharp outline or contrast
- adv. in a stark manner
- adv. in a blunt manner
It also has amazing cinematography, in starkly beautiful black-and-white.
Combining interviews with fictional and real-life combatants of the 1982 Lebanon War, filmmaker Ari Folman recreates various recollections in starkly dark vignettes that mix the boldly outlined and clean appearance of internet Flash cartoons with the fluidity of traditional animation.
And even Orange County Democrat Rep. Loretta Sanchez, who is fighting to keep her seat, got on Univision and pit her Latino base against their more conservative Vietnamese neighbors in starkly racial terms.
The issue, put starkly, is this: why are so few resources poured into curing the most basic, preventable diseases, when so many resources are dedicated to stem cell research?
You had 2 predominately white states voting in starkly different ways.
This, the paper says – in starkly simple terms – "has flopped".
The Downing Street Memo and all the questions it raises are one thing, but the Sheehans put a human face and a name to the anguish and sadness that war brings not only on the battlefield but at home and raised the question of why we went to war in starkly human terms.
"Such exclusion finds expression starkly in the high rate of unemployment."
Its cover features the title and author's name starkly printed in black and gray type against a white background, along with a black-and-white photo of Jobs, thumb and forefinger to his chin.
It's been a rough patch for those naturally inclined to divide the world starkly, which is how I picture Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney