Some articles on exquisite:
... version of the early 1900s parlour game Exquisite Corpse ... designer David Pearson to create a film poster for the "Exquisite Corpse" series ...
... Exquisite Corpse is an album by Daedelus, an American hip hop experimental and electronic artist ... The album's title refers to the surrealist group drawing method, exquisite corpse ...
... Exquisite corpse, also known as exquisite cadaver (from the original French term cadavre exquis) or rotating corpse, is a method by which a collection of words ...
... Old games such as Exquisite corpse, and newer ones, notably Time Travelers' Potlatch and Parallel Collage, have played a critical role ... Exquisite corpse is a method by which a collection of words or images are collectively assembled, the result being known as the exquisite corpse or cadavre exquis in ...
... In view of the Exquisite series' success, the company has released 2004–05 and 2005–06 basketball sets, a 2005 football line, and an analogous 2005–06 hockey line called The Cup ... The company's Exquisite-branded baseball series were introduced first as premiums in lower-end Upper Deck products (including the company's SP Legendary Cuts and Artifacts ... In late 2007, the company added another line to its Exquisite Collections brand, focused on rookie players ...
More definitions of "exquisite":
- (adj): Intense or sharp.
Example: "Suffered exquisite pain"; "felt exquisite pleasure"
- (adj): Of extreme beauty.
Example: "Her exquisite face"
- (adj): Lavishly elegant and refined.
Famous quotes containing the word exquisite:
“There is ... a class of fancies, of exquisite delicacy, which are not thoughts, and to which, as yet, I have found it absolutely impossible to adapt language.... Now, so entire is my faith in the power of words, that at times, I have believed it possible to embody even the evanescence of fancies such as I have attempted to describe.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091849)
“Now I am terrified at the Earth, it is that calm and patient,
It grows such sweet things out of such corruptions,
It turns harmless and stainless on its axis, with such endless
successions of diseasd corpses,
It distills such exquisite winds out of such infused fetor,
It renews with such unwitting looks its prodigal, annual, sumptuous
It gives such divine materials to men, and accepts such leavings
from them at last.”
—Walt Whitman (18191892)
“Modern photographers can reduce bones to formlessness, and change a face of the most strange, exquisite and unfathomable beauty into the face of a clubwoman.”
—Margaret Anderson (18861973)