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mod. alcohol intoxicated. Man, is that chick jagged!
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A Catfish Fry Line of sorts starts at the Iowa-Missouri border and extends jaggedly across country.
The resulting process forms broad tongues of invaginating epithelium, often showing a jaggedly irregular interface with the subjacent dermis.
For readers who are interested in the often jaggedly painful relationships between the nations and individuals of Korea and the United States, and who are willing to accompany Cho down intellectual paths that are not always well lit or conventional, Haunting the Korean Diaspora is challenging and enlightening.
we take turns, the saw jaggedly gnawing wood, my hands stiffened to
The "Wild West" evaporated from the surface of the Southwest to become an ideological trope, a fantasized place where America's final shape was wrested away from an arid, jaggedly mountainous terrain to be reborn in guidebooks, photography, calendars, movies, and travel brochures.
A 1918 poster, prominently displayed in the base museum, depicts German planes blowing Lady Liberty's head into the water, her torch hand torn off jaggedly, as though she were a bit-part actress in Hostel.
The boys had run ahead, and Rita and Tom walked after them, shading their eyes from the glare of sun off the yellow stone, edges of the world broken jaggedly, streaked with pink and brown against the hard blue sky, and watched the boys scramble up paths carved into the base of the formation's steep, fissured walls.
The music crashes discordantly as she claws the air and then advances jaggedly towards the viewer, still seated, but wrenching herself forward with legs and arms.
In other words, the action grows more consequential as it goes south, and it must go jaggedly south, not southward over smooth carriage roads that can constitute a direct, intermediate linkage between the Hobbit world and the Silmarillion world.
Instead, their visions of success are themselves jaggedly dissonant, as Shteyngart details:
And as he watches the sea and its open, jaggedly "unprotected" coastline (9), he feels naked and ashamed as before the gaze of God (9-10), and the modern colonial world of displacement, fragmentation, lack of (legal) recognition, dislocated gender and sexual identity; orphanage, and exile that awaits him, and where his development as a "man" must take place, is foreshadowed.
Her hometown is described as "a fair-sized city on a Midwestern canal"; the city has "grown up jaggedly around the canal, spreading out in two irregular half-moons, with bumps and hollows of still vacant land and other stretches of crowded and devastated tenement areas" (22).
I had a crew cut gone wild, more jaggedly uneven than Three Fingered Jack.
11) The walls that were erected to divide the ecclesiastical and state structures run somewhat jaggedly north to south along the complex, but appear clearly demarcated in the piante catastali (tax assessors' property maps) of the site from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The work that followed Lowry's mental collapses in the 1950s is also examined book by book until his illness forces any critic or reader disposed with goodwill to draw a line that he drew himself albeit jaggedly.