On one hand, Marty himself must fabricate a "cover story" for Visser's $10,000 fee (the accusation that sets Meurice on Ray's trail); on the other, Marty spends some of his last moments gazing at doctored photographs of the ostensibly murdered Ray and Abby, images that, as Visser tauntingly
suggests, "would seem to be" direct reflections of reality.
challenging the viewer, a widely smiling teenage girl is seen pointing her finger menacingly in gun-like fashion at the head of her friend.
Offred's mother, reiterating the stereotypical militant feminist rhetoric of the 1980s, tauntingly
comments, "What use is a man?
38) Traumatized by this and previous counter-coup attempts, Bouterse began to set up a people's militia, which prompted Cyriel Daal, leader of Suriname's largest union, the Moederbond, to tauntingly
inquire whether neither the army, the police nor the people could any longer be trusted.
For years they were slivers Of white, on pink, Tauntingly
Dipsychus is anguished not so much about having good or bad experiences, but about the risk involved in having any experiences at all, as the Spirit tauntingly
I stood at the back door and stared at the grass that still needed cutting: it stared back tauntingly
, as if saying come and have a go if you think you're hard enough.
The speaker is thus tauntingly
urging himself to animate by affirming, paradoxically, the status of an "is" inside himself--incurable eros feels indistinguishable from the self's being--as being merely what a "gust extinguishes" or at least "reduces it.
Code-lined office, attached to his home on the rural outskirts east of Los Angeles, he tells me he's never seen much value in waving your hands in the air tauntingly
and bellowing, "Here I am, IRS, and I don't believe in you
A good part of the pleasure of Webb's work comes from its simultaneous seduction and irritation, its presentation of an attractive surface that tauntingly
resists effective description.
As they made their way to the bus at the end of the visit, the camp children began pelting the visiting Christian children with stones whilst tauntingly
calling them "Christian, Christian" as if it were a term of abuse.
The warders attempt to take this day away from the women, by raiding their cells, tauntingly
claiming "You're criminals and Women's Day's got nothing to do with you.
Though Moravalli spends a bit too much time detailing the physical appearances of the big media bigwigs brought to their knees by the Internet revolution (likening Time Warner Cable CEO Joe Collins to the ooky kooky Lurch of The Addams Family, for example), he also infuses what could have been a rather fatuous tome with a wry wit that tauntingly
challenges the reader to finish this story of a backwards era when big media was more often than not forced to admit failure, and small upstarts raked in millions on little more than some tech know-how and a dream.
Through a mixed heritage Soyinka's Wole in Ake, Morrison's Sethe and Beloved in Beloved revisit and reorder the chaos of the self, for the abiku-ogbanje has been tauntingly
made flesh in these texts.
And he tauntingly
added that if it was his child, he wouldn't hesitate.