Putting to one side the glory, Whitley demonstrated the grubbiness
that wins a club a national trophy, overcoming an early deficit then Richard Hodgson's sending off to earn today's fifth round replay against Chertsey Town at Hillheads.
Erasing the sanitizing stamp of musical-theater coyness, Greenberg brings a fascinating melancholy grubbiness
to this cynical story of sordid emotional transactions and opportunistic behavior in late-1930s Chicago.
Only without the grubbiness
- tuberculosis couldn't live in most of those places!"
Fireworks combines the primitive grubbiness
of a closet film with a clarity of symbolic structure, and these antithetical energies sharpen each other.
It is the way of escape--from the cell of the self, from the solipsist nightmare, from the grubbiness
of materialism, from the overwhelming fact, in every age, of sin and sorrow.
The viewer yearns for a little more gustatory brio (and less cat-petting) and for more veritable nineteenth-century grubbiness
This multi-talented device contains a stylus for those fat-of-finger, a wet cleaner to get rid of the grubbiness
and a micro fibre cleaning cloth that doubles as a pouch.
As for Owen, this reps a very welcome rebound from the similarly globetrotting "The International," where he was locked into a state of unrelieved grubbiness
Do students grasp the implications of the roughness of the paper and blurriness of the printer's ink and general grubbiness
of playbills in the (very useful) Chadwyck-Healey microfiche collection of London playbills or the digitised images on the Mander and Mitchenson or East London web-sites?
The almost clinical setting of pristine white walls and gleaming glass formed a deliberate contrast to the grubbiness
of the art and the conditions outside.
Even so, there's an authentic grubbiness
about these hardened criminals and absolutely no glamourising of their profession.
The Graces present their dazzlingly white bottoms to the entrance, and it is impossible not to notice the comparative grubbiness
of the rest, a tribute to more moderate conservation practises in the West, perhaps?
In some ways, Cotton Mather was Wendell's Mont Michel et Chartres--his historical counter to the grubbiness
of modernity,--replacing Henry Adams's high altar and Gothic stained-glass windows with the pulpit, white walls, and clear light of a Congregational Church.
Since "Howl," [Ginsberg's] recipe has remained pretty much the same throughout; take one part anti-Establishment rhetoric, one part sexual indelicacy, one part scatology and general grubbiness
, and mix rather sloppily.
Certainly no one staying at El Monte Sagrado will experience grubbiness