(adv.) In an artful manner; with art or cunning; skillfully; dexterously; craftily.
(1) It involves creativity, understanding of art form and the ability to improvise in the highly complex environment of a care setting.” David Cameron has boosted dementia awareness but more needs to be done Read more She warns: “To effect a cultural change in dementia care requires a change of thinking … this approach is complex and intricate, and can change cultural attitudes by regarding the arts as central to everyday life of the care home.” Another participant, Mary*, a former teacher who had been bedridden for a year, read plays with the reminiscence arts practitioner.
(2) Since it was established, it has stoked controversy about contemporary art, though in recent years it has been more notable for its lack of sensationalism.
(3) This quantitative characterization of the properties of conduction and refractoriness of both the accessory pathway and ventriculoatrial conduction system and the relation between these characteristics and the accessory pathway location in ART patients provides additional insight into the prerequisites for the initiation and maintenance of this rhythm disturbance.
(4) The fire at Glasgow School of Art's Charles Rennie Mackintosh building was reported at about 12.30pm.
(5) It doesn’t matter when art was made; it’s all contemporary.
(6) I think of tattoos as art, but also, every time I look at mine, I relive the emotions I felt when I had them.
(7) Originally from Pyongyang, the tour guide explains that a “merited artist” from Mansudae, North Korea’s biggest art studio in Pyongyang, was responsible for the main piece, but that it took 63 artists almost two years to complete.
(8) The University of the Arts London and Sunderland, Sheffield Hallam, Manchester Met and Leeds Met university have also experienced sharp declines in applications.
(9) Two high-resolution (Hi-Res) ECG systems (MAC-12, Marquette Electronics, Inc (MEI), Milwaukee, WI and LVP101, Arrhythmia Research Technology (ART), Austin, TX) were tested on 143 subjects (13 controls and 130 cardiac patients, 21 of whom were tested for inducible ventricular tachycardia [VT]).
(10) They were preceded by the publication of The Success and Failure of Picasso (1965) and Art and Revolution: Ernst Neizvestny and the Role of the Artist in the USSR (1969); in one, he made a hopeless mess of Picasso’s later career, though he was not alone in this; in the other, he elevated a brave dissident artist beyond his talents.
(11) She has more than made up for it since, building opera houses in China, art museums in America and car factories in Germany, all bearing her unmistakable influence in every detail.
(12) He numbered the Kennedy family and Ian Fleming, creator of the James Bond thrillers, among his friends and spent millions on amassing a first-class art collection, featuring works by Manet and Monet, as well as Van Gogh.
(13) "Before the last election the government promised to usher in a 'golden age' for the arts.
(14) But when the city's Gallery of Modern Art opened in 1998, it totally – and scandalously – ignored the new wave of Glasgow artists.
(15) Koons provoked a bigger stir with the news that he would be showing with gallery owner David Zwirner next year in an apparent defection from Zwirner's arch-rival Larry Gagosian, the world's most powerful art dealer.
(16) Although video urodynamics is the state-of-the-art modality for evaluating complex or refractory neurogenic bladder, the practicing radiologist with an understanding of this condition can detect many radiographic changes in the lower urinary tract that suggest neurogenic dysfunction of various types.
(17) Modern art was interpreted in the catalogue as a conspiracy by Russian Bolsheviks and Jewish dealers to destroy European culture.
(18) Treatment of LEW hosts with ART-18 prolongs survival of LBN cardiac allografts up to a month; in contrast, OX-39 never affects acute (8-day) rejection.
(19) The bench rejected the petition seeking prosecution for offending Hindus, saying it was a work of art and citing India's tradition of graphic sexual iconography.
(20) It is trying to position Sky Arts as the country's premier cultural channel as it attempts to demonstrate to politicians and regulators that it can produce programming that was once the preserve of public service broadcasters like the BBC.
(1) "What has made that worse is the disingenuous way the force has defended their actions.
(2) Mallon's finance and resources director, Paul Slocombe, thinks Pickles's argument is "slightly disingenuous" because the funding was part of the last spending review, which ends on 31 March.
(3) They had to see off a driven and capable Everton team and Roberto Martínez was not being disingenuous when he said the final score felt like a deception.
(4) It is disingenuous to publish the document on the grounds that ‘Americans can make up their own minds’.
(5) At one point, Walters speculates that “she looks the same weight as the Duchess – about 8st”; later, he disingenuously asks her to discuss “the cruel comments about being a ‘childless spinster’”, neither telling readers who made those “cruel comments” in the first place, or where.
(6) The transport minister's constant repetition – to boost the HS2 project – that the Olympics and HS1 were delivered within budget is disingenuous to say the least ( Report , 20 October), since it deliberately fails to distinguish between the original and final budgets.
(7) The Gold Cup stakes are higher for the players than the coach Despite the next two tricky games in September, against fellow frontrunners Costa Rica and Mexico, it's getting pretty disingenuous not to be talking about the squad for Brazil at this point.
(8) This advice will be provided to a range of personnel in Saudi headquarters and the Saudi ministry of defence.” Commenting on the MoD assistance to the Saudis, Omran Belhadi, a case worker at Reprieve, said: “Claims by ministers that Britain is helping the Saudi government abide by the law are disingenuous.
(9) Asked on Wednesday if it was disingenuous to say Labor axed the funding, he replied: “The Coalition are like a bunch of B-team magicians trying to make you look everywhere except where the magic trick is actually happening so you can’t work out what’s going on.
(10) Not so, it seems … Actually, I think the company is being disingenuous here.
(11) He turns up over and over again WikiLeaks published troves of hacked emails last year that damaged Hillary Clinton’s campaign and is suspected of having cooperated with Russia through third parties, according to recent congressional testimony by the former CIA director John Brennan , who also said the adamant denials of collusion by Assange and Russia were disingenuous.
(12) It’s disingenuous of Rupert Murdoch to say otherwise.” Murdoch watchers see the dual-track emoting of his Twitter feed and the editorial pages of his newspapers as symbiotic.
(13) It was disingenuous given Tesco's pride in its exacting management of suppliers: the relentless cost-cutting of suppliers was always going to lead to corner cutting.
(14) Sean O'Driscoll, chairman of the Glen Dimplex manufacturing group, said proponents of a no vote on 31 May were being "disingenuous" in claiming the republic could remain in the euro even if the electorate rejected the EU fiscal treaty.
(15) How would the changes to 18C protect [society] from another attack like Paris?” The race discrimination commissioner, Tim Soutphommasane, said that bringing up 18C in relation to the Paris attacks was disingenuous as the act did not cover religious discrimination.
(16) The claim that this is not about some kind of financial reimbursement or transaction seems disingenuous.
(17) It's even worse to see this corporate victory, helping their profits and harming our health, dressed up in the disingenuous mantle of "personal freedom".
(18) If I don’t, I’ve got to get a real job.” His claim did seem a little disingenuous as Quickenden is already a TV presenter, managed by a company whose clients include Syco, but his sentiment was clear: this was make or break, all or nothing, and he was desperate to avoid the broken nothingness of real work.
(19) One disingenuous objection to fairer taxing of property pleads for cash-poor, asset-rich old folk rattling around in drafty, decrepit mansions.
(20) However, an ITV spokesman said it was "simply untrue and disingenuous" for STV to claim that the company had prevented its independent auditor, Deloitte, from carrying out a review of contracts.