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The show’s most urban, if not urbane, artworks are Pam Frederick’s “It’s in the Cards” collages, constructed from photographs of fortuneteller shops in Washington and New Orleans.
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Slight beer belly and a measured voice, intelligent and urbane.
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Grant says that a modern-day Jackie Kennedy, worldly and urbane, would have embraced the influences of various cultures in today’s America.
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Surely it is not urbane to throw on another the burden of saying that he likes not the smell or the inhaling of burning tobacco.
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His name and paper, has a respectable credit, even among the urbane denizens of Wall street.
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I would sit on the Liberal benches and watch him, and listen to his urbane voice, fascinated by him.
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In New York, then, you are met everywhere by a sort of urbane familiarity.
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The urbane storeman saved the situation by inquiring of the cook: "What will you have for lunch?"
THE HOME OF THE BLIZZARDDOUGLAS MAWSON
We pretermit events more or less irritating to follow the urbane Englishman.
THE BROKEN SWORDDENNISON WORTHINGTON
The man at her right hand scowled angrily, but Paul turned to him with an urbane smile.
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