- Review: Cut-down opera stands tall
- They were ably supported by the brilliant Tanya Hurst (Musetta), who sang extrovertly, at times bubbling with comic energy, and Fleur de Bray (Phémie), the bohemian.
- Cello Concertos, Sonatas & Suites. Works by Bach, Beethoven, Boccherini
- These are played conversationally (D minor), more extrovertly (C major) and dramatically (D major). Courantes are quite fast, sarabandes intense, and minuets, bourrées and gavottes elegant. The expansive D major Allemande is a highlight.
- Gamer in Iceland Rages So Hard It Brings the Police to His Home
- You'd normally expect such anger to erupt from an angry teenage gamer who needs to extrovertly excrete his/her hormonal frustrations through raging, but in reality it was a 30-year-old man.
- Are You An Introvert Or An Extrovert? What It Means For Your Career
- Recently I dug into some of the full-on research about introverts versus extroverts, and I think I'm much closer to understanding what the terms introvert and extrovert actually mean.
- Noel Connors delighted to answer critics and have hard work rewarded
- Tradition dictates that teams aren't really permitted to extrovertly celebrate the league and every utterance was followed by genuine caution about facing Cork again next month.
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