In cognition this kind of split acquit more as antimony between go- aheadism and passivism, feel and aesthesia.
In some cases, people find an Adam's apple aesthetically undesirable, and they undergo a surgery known as a trachea shave, in which the Adam's apple is greatly reduced in size.
Art that is classical in form and content. (n.) revival of aesthetics of classical antiquity.
On Tuesday he said he was a "great admirer of the refined sense of aesthetics" of the country and held their "courage and composure" in high regard.
The aesthetic of uselessness, leisure, and adornment has taken over as part of a larger overwhelming urge to appear “modern ” and sophisticated.
The aesthetics of European cities offer the consolation of the past ’s grandeur but seldom the adrenalin of future possibility.
The inside of spaceships also lacked gravity, while the actual ship design conformed to aerospace engineering rather than a "futuristic" aesthetic.
She has played both a religious aesthete who abandons all possessions, as well as a serial killer, and her first starring role in “Aap Kaa Surroor- The Real Luv Story ”.
They are the aesthete's choice: a non-warring blend, at last, of Catalan and Castilian elements, of Barcelona and Real Madrid – the great incompatibles of international team construction.
Today this account of the amorous escapades of an aristocratic aesthete is widely regarded as the first modern or psychological novel.