It is not, therefore, strange that Cromwell's first essays in war were characterised more by energy than technical skill.
Bourgcei from Armenia, are characterised by woolly leaves and are dwarfer habited.
It flowers in February and March, the flowers, which have an exceptional expanse, being of lavender-blue color, and characterised by a large triangular dark velvety-blue blotch on the falls.
Burkitt, Esther et al. "Children's Colour Choices for Completing Drawings of Affectively Characterised Topics."
It is characterised, these days, by a 'four to the floor' musical beat; that is, the bass drum (or guitar) is played on every beat in 4/4 time.
Traditional dance music can't really be characterised or defined in words, as it is different depending on where in the world you go, but it generally has either a jumpy feel or a gently swaying beat.
Scotland and Ireland's traditional form of dance is Country Dancing, characterised by couples swinging each other around by the arm to the sound of cheery accordions, fiddles, bagpipes, pipes and guitars.
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