In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The paintings reproduce the photographed features with illusionistic realism while leaving the surrounding heads completely flat.
- If we return to the gunshot analogy, we realize why creating sound effects is a perfectly legitimate practice in maintaining realism.
- She also says that students need to balance feeling secure on campus with a sense of caution and realism.
- So I want to treat this as a piece of realism rather than the picturesque tradition, which tends to depict an idealised version of English heritage.
- This should come from within the profession if we are to inculcate a sense of realism and ownership in practices in readiness for mandatory incident reporting.
- Whenever questioned about the perilous financial predicament he always maintained a sense of diplomacy and realism about the situation.
- The journey from apathy to realism is a long, tedious one.
- Practical realism must dictate that there is no alternative but to maintain status quo on a permanent basis.
- And it gives that movie a certain essence, a certain kind of realism.
- It is generous in its scope, but the generosity is based on long-term realism and the proposition that reform and change is not only necessary, but unavoidable.
- Although it did cover social issues, they argued that this was merely an inevitable consequence of its commitment to realism, rather than something which they self-consciously set out to do.
- On the other hand, a certain level of realism has turned in.
- The more you look for details, cues and fakes, the more you add to the realism of the situation.
- It's a Cold War story based on a Tom Clancy book, so the locations are plentiful and the political intrigue calls for realism.
- It is such responses that put Howard a million miles from the toughness and realism his moral certainties are supposed to carry.
- In Chandler's famous puff for the superiority of the private eye over the classic mystery, its virtue is said to lie in its greater realism.
- At the same time, the over-exaggeration of torque when taxiing in planes seems to be a developer's nuance rather than actual realism.
- Each stroke he made with the brush was incredibly painstaking, because he had to match it up precisely in order to give it a certain amount of realism.
- At the heart of Victorian realistic tendencies was the unraveling of the very practice of realism itself.
- Regardless of whether or not one accepts Loach's version of reality, his dedication to realism is laudable.
- It is not the kindness of this prince's heart but the piercing realism of Machiavelli that has produced this morally preferable outcome.
- What we want is the ability to recognise the difference between situations that call for optimism, trying harder, and the situations that call for realism and pessimism.
- Yet when assessing the current situation, realism is also required, as well as precision about what is actually taking place.
- Meanwhile, a number of important African American writers played truant from the school of racial realism.
- If the Tories have the courage to take this principled stance and the wit to argue their case coherently, they might well find a resonance in the country, where there is a new, angry mood of realism.
- The game strives for a certain degree of realism rather than dazzle, and in that I think it has succeeded.
- Adult television has already begun to recognize the public's hunger for fascinating scientific realism.
- Through discussions with the party he became convinced that post-strike realism would make nationalists accept a deal confined to Northern Ireland.
- The irony here is that this series achieves a high degree of realism when it deals with medical and surgical emergencies.
- He interweaves a Brechtian political parable with naturalist realism.
- This article is completely atypical in its brutal realism about the situation in Saudi Arabia.
- A certain notion of realism began not only to prescribe what could now happen, but to airbrush out what had actually happened.
- Before we all get too carried away it has to be said that his announcement was guided as much by healthy realism as by altruism.
- She has always been interested in colour and composition rather than realism and believes painting to be a subject in itself, a ‘visual experience of mood and atmosphere’.
- It is a statue cast in bronze and shows both realism of style and undoubted symbolic ritual function.
- As Jamal Saghir was saying, there's now much more realism about what the private sector can and can't deliver in the developing world.
- An idealist tempered by realism, Holland was a doer, not a doubter.
- The biological realism of this restricted model is tenuous.
- Mr Rogers hopes this development may bring a greater sense of realism to a situation which ‘has been as cracked as a dropping pot for at least a decade now’.
- Mr Douglas has come out with the classic cringe which believes pessimism, or realism as he would no doubt like to call it, is an inherently Scottish state of mind.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.