Klempner and Sendijarevic have done a masterly
job of developing an authoritative and readable text on a material that is an essential component of product performance.
For renewing one's appreciation, audiences can thank Canadian conductor Bernard Labadie, whose mastery of Handel's masterly
oratorio was evident from the first bars of the overture.
In Sight and Sound magazine, Tony Rayns wrote this about Memories of Murder, a multileveled picture that captures the social ills of the 1980s: "The most brilliant aspect of this highly achieved film (even better than the performances, the production design and the masterly
blending of drama, horror and black humour) is the play with points of view.
BRIAN LITTLE has already proved himself a masterly
manager at Tranmere Rovers.
From her personal confusion comes a masterly
meditation on humanity and its potential for good as well as evil.
A wonderfully compact string response to Lloyd's masterly
shaping of transitions made the score's elemental stirrings all the more telling, pastel woodwind were delicate and evocative, and the important trombone solos were impressively delivered by Les Whitehouse.
Giuseppe Mazzotta in his intellectually suggestive and masterly
introduction--in which he traces and places, among other things, Freccero's scholarship within the framework and tradition of American Dantism and especially his Augustinian approach--speaks of this book as being organized in "conceptual clusters" (13).
His response to me is a masterly
summary of an entire emergent field in the area of New Testament studies, and we are all indebted to him for creating the section on "Psychology and Bible" at the meetings of the SBL.
Fish is everything that Lukacs is not: a charter member of the deconstructionist club; an arch-priest of sophistical equivocation; a denier of literary paradigms, principles, moral truths, and intellectual foundations; a masterly
spinner of deceptions, artifices, skepticisms--and confusions.
THE ghastly Government spin doctor Jo Moore, who saw the twin towers tragedy as a good cover to slip out some bad news, was subjected to one of the most masterly
and crushing rebukes I have ever heard.
In A brief history of time, Hawking gives a masterly
survey of the main developments in cosmology.
It was to do with evading, as far as possible in the damning circumstances, the decisive question posed by Elizabeth Morrow in her masterly
expose of the Richards saga in the November 1996 Christian Order: "Do the Catholic Bishops of England no longer believe the teachings of the Catholic Church?