On the surface, the looks are nothing short
of the familiar orange-mesh material.
Well over half of the tracks are solo acoustic numbers, and it is nothing short
of unbelievable that music which is so tuneful, virtuosic, involved, and contagious comes from one man in one take.
More critical words appear in his attack on purveyors of pseudoscience, such as homeopaths and New Agers, who espouse nothing short
of "drivel," writes the author.
Daylighting of the plinth structure is nothing short
of ingenious with a variable footprint light well extending down three stories to illuminate a library at the heart of the facility.
Piles of bricks are too eye-catching; blank canvases much too self-assertive; what is required is nothing short
of nothing at all.
PAUL, Minnesota--That dozens, if not hundreds, of people have become sober after prayers to Matt Talbot is nothing short
of miraculous to Mary Costello, but the Vatican has a stricter definition of "miracle" to qualify someone for canonization to sainthood.
The loss of any high-class thoroughbred is always a bitter blow, but the death of an undisputed world champion is nothing short
of an unequivocal disaster.
There are times when nothing short
of a real-time conversation will do.
To not run is nothing short
of torture, The injury itself is seldom as bad as the psychological effects of a layoff.
Convinced they had something, even after those disastrous early screenings, the studio gave Kubrick room to make changes - which he did, by lopping off more than 19 minutes of celluloid, resulting in, more or less, the film regarded today as nothing short
of a masterpiece.
The conduct of these senators in this matter has been nothing short
of reckless and irresponsible.
Hobsbawm's range is broad, his eye is keen, and his knack for finding the epic in what others would dismiss as less than a footnote is nothing short