Though bodies float and surfaces seethe
as if entire insect colonies were crawling under their skins, Stojak's distinct asceticism envelops her vigil in a kind of cloistered quiet that almost soothes one's sense of unrelieved anxiety.
While the sad-sack Republicans try to erect a gallows for Kennedy, the Democrats seethe
True to the documentary-art format, these photographs seethe
with an underlying psychological tension: at an army base, an Anglo soldier stands looking at his young son, who is dressed in military camouflage gear and scowling at the camera; a rabbi cuts the foreskin from a tiny baby's penis as two men, presumably the father and another male relative, look on and laugh ecstatically at this initiation ritual; a handsome African-American teenager in black-tie escorts his date in sparkling-white taffeta to a formal dance and, arms crossed defensively, looks coolly into the camera.
Meanwhile, residents like Chuck Carmichael continue to seethe
David is too nice to seethe
- but not above a little opportunism.
O'Neal used to seethe
at the injustice of it all and his game suffered for it.
Our success will, hopefully, make those humorless, school-taught musicians seethe
with envy and disgust when they see how many people actually like our music.
It gives us a few days to seethe
, and to think about how bad it feels every time they think about that loss,'' McCarthy said, ``to think about how bad it feels to lose to a team that was 5-18.
Granted, it's not easy to seethe
in silence when you're being called an idiot and a poltroon (and an ungrateful poltroon at that), but seething in silence was the ticket to coexistence when they got him, and it's still the ticket.
If De Keersmaeker remains a cool analyst, Waltz seethes
with the dangerous Romantic passion at the heart of Schubert's Fantasie in F Minor for Piano, Four Hands.