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Robinson's costume the suggestively loose boundaries of netting, implying flexibility rather than constancy, and the demi-rep rather than the artist.
There's and old and hardened demi-rep, it's ringing in her ears,
Marmontel -- doing, like other second-rate talents, almost more _useful_ work than his betters -- rescues the _conte_ from the "demi-rep" condition into which it had fallen, and, owing to the multifariousness of his examples, does not entirely subjugate it even to honest purpose; while Bernardin de
( "Perdita"), (also1781) to wrest semiotic control from her, depicting her as a demi-rep, sexually available and artfully self-posing. [
a famous demi-rep to a notorious gang leader; with only a .25 calibre