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THERE can be no doubt David Walliams is a man fully in touch with the spirit of the times.
Part of the original wave of British punk bands to emerge in the 1970s, their skilled musicianship, intelligent songwriting, boundless energy and passionate idealism caught the spirit of the times and made them a worldwide phenomenon.
DESPITE only releasing two albums in the early 1980s, Yazoo have caught the spirit of the times and reformed for long-overdue shows.
Among his topics are ethics, genius, the spirit of the times, the Anglo-American, reform, perpetual forces, and the rule of life.
These stories run side by side with others insisting that the next pope will need to be less resolute, and yield to the spirit of the times, for fear that modernity will render the Catholic Church obsolete.
The Offering landed Secter a Hollywood agent, an American distribution deal and a studio offer, but in the spirit of the times, he turned his back on the establishment and set up a communal production house in New York City.
Campaign buttons are part of our rich cultural heritage and often reflect the spirit of the times.
The disclosure that parrots at an aviary in Cornwall are to be entertained by a DVD specially made for them, an updated version of The Jungle Book perhaps, reflects the spirit of the times.