- The Irascibles
18 were the labels given
to a group
of American abstract artists
who put name to an open letter, written
in 1950, to the president...
- Toronto, London: Pitman publishing
corporation. Moseley, Maboth
Babbage, inventor. London: Hutchinson. Collier, Bruce...
- on a planned fishing expedition
in February, but pain caused
him to be irascible
to get along
with. When a bushfire broke
out, he was again...
- quality referred
to as "dimensionally transcendental"). The initially irascible
and slightly sinister Doctor quickly mellowed
into a more comp****ionate...
- present romanticized narratives
of mystical powers
of fortune telling
or p****ionate temper paired
with an indomitable
love of freedom
- and acquisitive
by depressive, irascible
, or dismissive
by jealous/envious, boastful...
- history, and his dedication
to republicanism. Adams often found
his own irascible nature
in his political
career. In the late 1750s, Adams...
- was based loosely
on the British sitcom
Us Do Part, about
working-class Tory and his Socialist
son-in-law. Lear's second
- problems; although
Edward's father, Edward I, is still considered
and demanding" figure, his childhood
is no longer thought unusual
- Lack of purpose Right ambition
Good temper Irascibility Rudeness Civility Obsequiousness Cowardice Courage Rashness