The churches (and they were numerous and splendid in the University, and they were graded there also in all the ages of architecture, from the round arches of Saint-Julian to the pointed arches of Saint-Séverin), the churches dominated the whole; and, like one harmony more in this mass of harmonies, they pierced in quick succession the multiple open work of the gables with slashed spires, with open-work bell towers, with slender pinnacles, whose line
was also only a magnificent exaggeration of the acute angle of the roofs.
A conspicuous, and it is hope not unpleasant, feature of the book is its abundant illustrative quotations from eminent poets, chief of whom is that learned and ingenius cleric, Father Gassalasca Jape, S.J., whose lines
bear his initials.
More especially is this the case with those whose lines
breathe sadness, where the refrain comes like a sigh at the end of a regret:
The audience was just enthusiastic enough over it to have her return and sing a sorrowful lay, whose lines
told of a mother's love and a sweetheart who waited and a young man who was lost at sea under the most harrowing circumstances.
Oofty- Oofty had been the only one whose lines
were at all pleasing, while, in so far as they pleased, that far had they been what I should call feminine.
Imagine her dismay, on stealing a glance of timid admiration at the poet whose lines
suggested an ethereal being fed on `spirit, fire, and dew', to behold him devouring his supper with an ardor which flushed his intellectual countenance.
Improv comedy troupe The Noise Next will bring a live version of the hit format 'Whose Line
is It Anyway?' to the UAE from September 25 to 27.
Q&a GREG PROOPS Has changed was BACK in the 90s, one of the biggest shows on TV was improvisation comedy Whose Line
is it Anyway?
Slattery broke into TV on the Chris Tarrant show Saturday Stayback before finding fame on the improvisational comedy series Whose Line
Is It Anyway?
COMIC HIT: With host Clive Anderson and rest of Whose Line
is it Anyway?
Fans of improv comedy like that seen on the television show "Whose Line
is it Anyway" might want to visit Libertyville High School this weekend, when students are giving the format a go for their annual winter play.
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