Thesaurus / scenery
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To me, everything about the experience was new, a welcome and deeply needed change of pace and scenery from the always-boiled, never-baked food of my college dining hall.

Back in 2018, I wrote about some research by Linda Schücker of the University of Münster in which volunteers were asked to think about their running form, their breathing, or the scenery around them while their running economy was measured.

The Myth of Synchronized BreathingAlex HutchinsonSeptember 23, 2020Outside Online

For others, and I would guess for a big majority of us, lockdown has felt like an endless uphill battle with little to no change of scenery.

With crisp weather and gorgeous scenery, fall is a great time to run.

Sometimes there’s great scenery or wildlife you want to check out.

Earlier this month, MGM Resorts launched a new offering called “Viva Las Office,” targeted at people who have been forced to work remotely and want a change of scenery.

A new place to WFH: Las VegasMichal Lev-Ram, writerAugust 25, 2020Fortune

Again you experience the magic of the scenery, the upside-down altar sparkling under spotlights, the steam machines, the God on the projection screen.

The first murderKatie McLeanAugust 19, 2020MIT Technology Review

The movie is notable for the sparkling dialogue from creator Julian Fellowes, the splendid costumes and scenery and Maggie Smith’s brilliant deadpan performance as the Dowager Countess.

They write music for what it is worth as music, not as scenery.

He was delayed at the theatre by matters concerned with the scenery of the new piece they were to mount upon the morrow.

ScaramoucheRafael Sabatini


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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.