I knew at that early age, there were things that were off with my drawing, like a crooked elbow
, an off-angle shoulder or the nose not quite sitting neatly on the face.
I wonder if they will be advised to cough and sneeze into their crooked elbow
like we're supposed to?
The very ball that left Hughie Ferguson's boot and squirmed through the crooked elbow
of Arsenal's Welsh goalkeeper Dan Lewis to secure Cardiff City's wondrous 1-0 win.
Or you could Ann Rowe's delightful apartment, Crooked Elbow
, with modern facilities and private garden, just a gentle amble to St George's from just over pounds 60 a night.
I do know principal dancers who used negative reviews about crooked elbows
and cutesy interpretations to become better artists.
He drags her toward him to perform compulsory tasks; she hangs crooked elbowed
in his arms.
In one section the dancers linked up, their backs to the audience and joined by crooked elbows
, and appeared to limp.
Vigorous distortions of classic ballet poses take precedence: turned-in extensions, crooked elbows
, hunched spines.
But this season her improvised port de bras, with flattened fingers, flexed wrists, and crooked elbows
, marred what should be the crowning glory of her dancing.
The intensity of their interaction increased in a complex daisy chain, while the "monster" imagery surfaced in ominous lunges, crooked elbows
, and splayed fingers.