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Human to human, and also human-to-idea, which is what those Grecian mortal-god pairings were really about.The Night Sam Cooke Made ‘Chain Gang’ a Hymn to Freedom|Colin Fleming|October 17, 2021|The Daily Beast
If you’ve taken a peek at actress Storm Reid’s Instagram feed in the past few days, you’ve probably caught a glimpse of her basking in the Grecian sun, flicking it up in some of the chicest swimwear imaginable.Storm Reid On Her Empowering Swimwear Collection With Pacsun|Joe Colucci|July 2, 2021|Essence.com
It looks like a futuristic chaise longue, and is almost Grecian in its blinding-white color.Inside North America’s First Islamic Art Museum|Shinan Govani|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At her Palm Springs wedding to Dina in 2012, she wore a Cymbeline dress that looked more like a Grecian slip.Flower Crowns Are Phony and Must Die|Sara Lieberman|September 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Lupita Nyong'o really did look beautiful in a Grecian-style dress in a color she called “Nairobi” blue.Whoever Wins What, Watch Out For Minnelli|Tim Teeman|March 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Reasons for my Gingrich blues No lunar dreams or Grecian cruise No credit line from Tiffany's No saintly wife, his former squeeze.
She was a singular beauty, Swedish looking and blond with an unusual profile—a very Grecian profile.Picasso's Greatest Muse|Paul Laster|April 15, 2011|DAILY BEAST
This was a vast building of classical design, resembling a Grecian temple.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
The doctor came; a splendid dinner ensued; the Grecian was very brilliant.
The partiality this worthy Grecian always manifested for smoking is well known.
Enchanted with the golden period of the Grecian republic, I passed over the storms by which it had been agitated.Madame Roland, Makers of History|John S. C. Abbott
Nothing could be more absurd in the eyes of Grecian philosophers, than to speak of the resurrection of the body.Gospel Philosophy|J. H. Ward