My mother was always trying to make sure that I wasn't exposed to any of the seamier
aspects of life.
From this innocent beginning the Gaiety soon experienced life's seamier
Both concerned themselves with the seamier
parts of our culture--pornography, sexual deviance, crime, murder and the like--successfully blending literary style with the more outreelements of contemporary life.
2, Peter Stampfli's 1972 painting of the contours of a fat, textured tire, approximate the dumbness Americans might attribute to what we think of as our own homegrown Pop, but there is a decisive turn here toward the seamier
side, as evidenced by both images' emphatic Surrealist styling.
moment (which we won't spoil), matters between Andrew Wyke (Caine) and Milo Tindle (Law) take a seamier
Tim Holroyde, QC, prosecuting, told of Blackpool's seamier
side, where adolescent white girls would hang around an alleyway behind Talbot Road restaurants.
Feinstein brings back rookie reporters Stevie Thomas and Susan Carol Anderson for another go at the seamier
side of the sports world.
JULIETTE, 33, was the darling of Hollywood's seamier
side, starring in movies such as Natural Born Killers, Kalifornia and Cape Fear, before she launched her band Juliette And The Licks.
Also observed is the seamier
side of Boise, such as racism, prostitution, and crime that marked its growth and progress.
This situation has evidently horrified the writerly imagination, because Schrefer's book is one of four novels published this year about the seamier
side of college admissions.
The City of London Police inquiry will bring the sport's seamier
side on to the main stage for public scrutiny.
However, I was led to hunt for the famous Winston Churchill quotation regarding democracy because lately (May 2005) we have been exposed to some of the seamier
sides of democracy, and it seemed rather apropos.
But now this East African paradise is also gaining a reputation for a seamier
side of life.
EXTREME CUISINE is a humorous look at the Hollywood scene, which includes agendas, the seamier
side of movie-making, and Margot's metamorphosis from retiring film editor to amateur sleuth when the people she cares about find murder popping out all around them.
It is foolish to pretend that violence is not a part of real life and so it is perfectly proper for films, books and television to examine the seamier
side of society.