with strings and piano, all restraint vanished
The sculptures, which can attain a rather large size, begin to feel like musical variations on a single theme: the beauty and restraint of a geometric idiom.
Leo A Daly appears to have balanced modern design, polished materials, and vibrant colors with just the right amount of formal restraint .
It is a splendid novel composed with a poised restraint and admirably captures the contrast between Henry James's vibrant fiction and the elusive, undramatic quality of his own life.
Following the birth of his son, he gave himself over to a rapturous, sensual engagement with paint that seemed to fly in the face of his previous restraint .
A novel cover for a safety restraint device is disclosed.
The design of new offices for a firm of lawyers in the southern Spanish city of Cadiz proclaims the virtues of elegant restraint , use of few materials, and manipulation of marvellous south light.
he urged the protestors to exercise restraint
This replaced the open emotional force and physical excitement of ‘hot’ jazz with deliberate understatement and restraint .
It took time before James realized that, while he was much richer than he had been in Scotland, he still needed to exercise restraint .