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mod. without cream or milk. (Said of coffee.) Black coffee, good and hot, please.
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Blackly funny and shot through with anger and passion - a shocking work of imaginative fiction.
This blackly comic tale of a man on the verge of collapse, is about as dark and Gothic as you are ever likely to read.
A blackly brooding duo, Matisse's Goldfish and Palette, 1914, and Picasso's Harlequin, 1915 (which Matisse rightly believed his painting had inspired), share a wall, but three examples of Picasso's synthetic Cubism of 1913-14, a papier colle, painting, and assemblage, hang among them.
inviting entry by small insects, blackly vigorous and winged.
In the hands of excellent performers the play might conceivably be a blackly humorous, over-the-top actor's exercise.
The film has at least one set piece that transcends the rest of the movie and is arguably the most poignant and blackly amusing riff ever committed to celluloid on the theme of early-20s inaction.
November blackness against bright tints effete: as models the last sunflowers blackly sit.
This savage and blackly humorous version of the Cain and Abel story also satirizes the modern West's exploitation of the romanticized cowboys-and-Indians West of American mythology.
Some fairly relentless behavior ensues, and there is a blackly comic edge to the eventual survival of this antihero, danced by Taiaroa Royal (the most powerful and enduring Maori contemporary dancer in the country).
GOOD TIME (15) HHHH H FROM Twilight heart-throb to serious indie actor, Robert Pattinson's ongoing mission to stretch his talent continues in this tense, sad, bleak, and blackly comic crime thriller.
The result is blackly amusing and just a little horrifying.
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This novel also depicts the steady decline of Maud in a blackly comic way.
London, Apr 13 ( ANI ): JK Rowling is writing her first book for adults, which will be a "blackly comic" tale about an idyllic town ripped apart by a parish council election.
The Beaver is a blackly humorous tale of a middle-aged man's emotional breakdown, which deals with mental illness, suicide and self-belief.