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  • n  a drop of dew

  • The dewdrop-shaped design is mired in controversy -- it clashes with both traditional values and the nearby architecture.
  • It took a discerning ear to separate the sound of an opening lotus from the purl of a fish lazily waking to his morning meal or the plip of a dewdrop on a mossy stone.
  • The birth of each child precipitates a search for the proper dewdrop, containing the spirit of the appropriate ancestor, to place on its tongue.

  • Mira Nair in International Herald Tribune
    Tabu listens acutely. The whole world, life itself is reflected in her eyes,Nair said in an interview published Thursday in DNA newspaper. "That's why I cast her as Ashima, who has to be the dewdrop bride at 21 and have the gravitas of a...

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