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San Fermin’s collective ardor reinvigorates familiar indie tropes: the analog eclecticism, the lavish harmonies, the songbird women, and the solemn men.
The Book Review’s appeal has always been its eclecticism.
The Eclectic Medical Institute closed in 1939 and eclecticism faded away.
The lobby's no slouch in that department either – the juxtaposition of ornate and contemporary is never jarring, and is continued in the sleeping rooms where the eclecticism feels fresh and comfortable.
The once-gritty area on Market and Main streets carries the torch of eclecticism.
Nor does Michele seem particularly bothered if these new freedoms—and the eclecticism of his pieces—send people directly to the Gucci racks or toward their own versions and visions of those designs.
With refreshing balance and eclecticism, the awards reflected a diverse, energetic, independent theater scene.
O'Connell notes the role Miami's diverse population plays in the eclecticism, and to be fair, The Shark is among the country's most musically omnivorous alt stations.
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