Thomas Budderwitz's set design plops Richard's predecessor-brother King Edward IV ( the indispensable Mitchell Edmonds ) down on a throne of blood, and Paul Dinkel's lighting design brings out the lurid crimson shades of the damask drapes that enshroud the stage.
It is for this reason I've always been a slow talker, though if my vocal cords had been otherwise constructed I may have done well at a growl or bark or howl at scented but unseen dangers beyond the light we think surrounds us, but more often enshrouds us ."
Now the special effects of " Hollow Man " add a grisly realism to the concept, which has come a long way from the bandages and goggles that enshroud Claude Rains in the 1933 classic " The Invisible Man, " based on H . G . Wells'novel.
"Lehi sees a vision of the tree of life He partakes of its fruit and desires his family to do likewise He sees a rod of iron, a strait and narrow path, and the mists of darkness that enshroud men Sariah, Nephi, and Sam partake of the fruit, but Laman and Lemuel refuse ."
"At any particular time of history there have always been one or two cities of the monstrous sort-- viz ., Babel or Babylon, Ur-Lhassa, Nineve, Syracuse, Rome, Samarkand, Tenochtitlan, Peking-- but we live in the Megapolitan ( or Necropolitan ) Age, when such disastrous blights are manifold and threaten to conjoin and enshroud the world with funebral yet multipotent city-stuff.
The Court's decision in " Dewsnup " was poorly received and has been subject to extensive criticism " from its inception . " For example, Justice Thomas criticized " Dewsnup " for " enshroud [ ing ] both the Courts of Appeals . . . and Bankruptcy Courts " in " methodological confusion . " However, " [ r ] ight or wrong, the Dewsnuppian departure from the statute's plain language is the law ."