Example Of sublimest

And a figure like Joseph Chamberlain had sublime confidence, as had Disraeli before him, that the people could be ‘managed’.

Fittingly, then, panic for theoreticians is not strictly a sublime emotion.

From the sublime to the ridiculous and truly perplexing I thought I'd share them with you.

He dropped one scoring pass and shortly after the full-back went from the sublime to the ridiculous in a matter of minutes.

Her demeanor was sublime to behold in the torchlight that glowed upon her.

His final album is a masterpiece of raw emotions, sublime melodies, and achingly beautiful lyrics.

I have heard and reviewed many great performances of this sublime work but this must take the cake for emotional intensity.

In each religion we discover the interweaving of the sublime and the ridiculous, the liberatory and the oppressive, the radical and the conventional.

In the ensuing furore, the arguments put forward on both sides have gone from the sublime to the ridiculous.

It touches everything from the sublime to the ridiculous.

Relying on his emotions as a stimulus, Lepe's work is both sublime and intuitive.

Smith tackles these deeper traits with sublime confidence, bolstered by the similarities between his personality and Ali's.

The sublime (as distinct from the merely pleasurable) is not primarily a matter of reflection and comparison.

The sublime beauty of it all, Mann tells us, is ‘too much, too blest for sinful mortals’.

The sublime jostled with the ridiculous for attention as Edmonton's Thespians donned their finest plumage to dazzle, bewilder and delight.

The country boasts a sublime natural beauty, with the Red River Delta in the north, the Mekong Delta in the south and a patchwork coastal strip of brilliant green rice paddies.

The nutmeg as Mills tried to shield the ball at the corner flag was a sublime example of justified arrogance.

The park also presents a curious mix of the sublime and ridiculous, and sometimes, quite bizarre, so you really do need a receptive mind.

Themes varied from the sublime to the ridiculous but citizens supported it in force.

There is a sublime sense of entitlement around these three young women.

They are creations of sublime visual beauty and sensuality; dreamlike chiaroscuro and stifling decorative excess form the backdrop for melodrama pervaded by a diffuse sexuality.

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This is an unashamedly bombastic work but one cannot help being moved by the grandeur and sublime beauty of the piece.

This valley of hellish heat and human misery is also a place of stark, sublime beauty.

We used to introduce heroic figures with sublime intentions to Chinese youth as role models, but the extra-grandeur of the figures was too much for them to believe.

When Beethoven is out of fashion, that is because people are afraid of drama and of sublime emotions.

Where can one who rejects the alternative of the sublime horror or the ridiculous degradation seek the image of a man with a reason to fight for a this-worldly ideal?

Why combine sublime knowledge with utter inexperience?

With his hauteur and chequered disciplinary record, as well as his sublime talent, he dominated the emerging celebrity culture of English football.

Yet this last, the cultivation of sublime indifference, may not be the easiest but the toughest way of all into the snob-free zone.