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1, Rogers, an iconoclast in architecture, is sometimes described as putting the insides of buildings on the outside.
2, the orientation of an iconoclast.
3, You are an iconoclast,(http://sentencedict.com/iconoclast.html) Ralph.
4, A wanderer, an iconoclast, whose mind had only been matched by his eccentricity.
5, Parker, for all his reputation as an iconoclast and innovator, was one of the greatest blues players ever.
6, She is an iconoclast who became a grumpy conservative, rejecting the modern industrial world in a grand wholesale manner.
7, But he shows little sign of being an iconoclast.
8, Mr Davies is well known as an iconoclast who punctures the comforting myths of countries (likeEnglandorRussia) that history has blessed with conquest, expansion and linguistic dominance.
9, In recognition of this iconoclast, pioneer, perfectionist and undisputed king of the tailored suit, we present five things you didn't know about Armani -- the man and the empire.
10, Cage was an iconoclast. He refused to be bound by western musical traditions of harmony and structure.
11, Like many an iconoclast, Mr Zhang's roots lay in the things he despised.
12, You are not an iconoclast but you do become bored with dry, repetitive studies and you gravitate to areas that are stimulating and require fast responsiveness to changing circumstances.
13, "Classic and romantic, wise and iconoclast, light and serious, sentimental and moralist, he created the 'Rohmer' style, which will outlive him, " Sarkozy said in a statement.
14, That's understandable: Jobs was an iconic iconoclast who thrived as a businessman and as the envy of his field.
15, I hope I'm an iconoclast. My role is the one who doesn't give a hoot.
16, Actually, I was an iconoclast, but now I ask my son to read Di- Zi - Gui.
17, I think I know why my father became a soldier, a professional fighter, and an iconoclast.
18, The events of May 1968 inflated still further the Sartrean myth of Nizan the youthful iconoclast.
19, King, who won election to the House in 1992, has always been something of an iconoclast in Republican politics.
20, I put some thought to this and I would describe it as probably part adventuralist, part problem-solver, part ejecable traits, sort of a touch of maverick, sort of a touch of iconoclast.
21, Shaw faced growing criticism for his socialist beliefs, but the iconoclast rejoiced that people considered his political aims "17)subversive and 18)diabolical."
22, Moore's Prinicipia Ethica, focusing on the relationship of morals to the two features, iconoclast and experimental, of "the new biography".
23, It was during his incumbency of this office that the Church in the East began to be agitated by the first mutterings of the Iconoclast heresy.
24, At his birth, in 1881, Lu Xun's future as a professional iconoclast would have looked implausible.
25, Haggis was struck by another paradox: "Here I was in this very structured organization, but I always thought of myself as a freethinker and an iconoclast.
26, Even now, as Starbucks seems more and more like every other retailer, Schultz doesn't seem quite like any other chief executive. He's still an iconoclast.
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