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(1) Dubost had herself conceived the ballet as a musical caprice and had given the ten leaves of her fan to ten different composers asking each of them to compose a single dance number.(2) And that is the difference: Nowadays our wars are so far from necessary that their cruelty and caprice still the urge to speak.(3) a land where men were ruled by law and not by caprice(4) It was an odd caprice of fate that an actor who would have preferred doing classical texts made his fame and fortune in something based on a comic book.(5) Not by the wildest caprice of imagination was ├ö├ç├┐a nation terrorized├ö├ç├û by McCarthy.(6) It is not an inanimate thing, like a house, to be pulled down or enlarged or structurally altered at the caprice of the tenant or owner; it is a living thing.(7) Unless you live in Spain, it is difficult to count the layers of irony stacked up alongside that idea, after 103 years in which the caprice of human judgement would appear to have rather favoured the famous team in white.(8) But that might be less upsetting to witness than the scene here in Addis, where uncomplaining Ethiopians submit humbly to the bitter caprice of clinical selection.(9) Paganini's 24th caprice for solo violin, itself a variation on an original theme, was creatively diversified by Brahms, Liszt, Szymanowski and, most lyrically, Rachmaninov.(10) In our modern world, after all, power rarely lies hidden behind, say, Roman flat or the caprice of royal edict, at least not in the colonizing countries.(11) the caprice was divided into a theme and eleven variations(12) Dip in, and let yourself be governed by mood and caprice .(13) Her narrative follows a loopy line traced more by mood and caprice than by causation or chronology.(14) The San Andreas last ruptured in 1906, and in doing so all but destroyed the city of San Francisco - the last time that a great American city was wrecked by a caprice of nature.(15) In the air-conditioned comfort of the ship's stately lounges my whims and caprices are anticipated by the quintessential British crew.(16) Even those who need emergency hospital care will be subjected to the caprices and bureaucratic diktat of the soldiers guarding the gates.
(1) caprice :: Caprice
1. whim ::
3. impulse ::
Different Formscaprice, caprices
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