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jagged

mod. alcohol intoxicated. Man, is that chick jagged!
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Like many others of his paintings, Marin enclosed this one with a jaggedly painted frame, in keeping with the brushwork used in the picture, itself.
Employing a series of nonlinear, jaggedly cut scenes that compel us to fill in the gaps, Lifshitz simulates the inner hubbub of an 18-year-old man struggling to separate himself from the perpetual disturbances of family.
Bush who spoke of compassion and bipartisanship was elected president, not the jaggedly conservative BushCheney morph who now seems to be running the White House.
Apple Venus and Wasp Star are proverbial bookends, the former soft and seductive, the latter jaggedly sharp.
Libeskind's "Museum without Exit," opened in 1998, stands jaggedly aslant Osnabruck's old Cultural History Museum and just opposite the city's onetime Nazi headquarters.
And for a time anyway, they are "happy at least a good part of each day and nearly always at night and this night, in bed together, under the mosquito netting with the flaps of the tent open so that we could see the long burned-through logs of the big fire and the wonderful darkness that receded jaggedly as the night wind struck the fire and then dosed in quickly as the wind dropped, we were very happy" (39).
The seat and the hapless Hughes jolted foreward jaggedly as Nixon vented his rage.
At the moment, American tort law jaggedly divides liability regimes by the line between sellers of goods and providers of services.
well upfront in its explicit language, and with compelling, often wrenching performances from a largely unknown ensemble cast, it's a jaggedly funny, fiercely intellig ent and affectingly truthful exploration of the destructive potential of sexual relationships devoid of moral anchors.
This motive separates the contrasting sections of the movement that respectively exploit furious trills; long passages of chromatic, slurred, sixteenth notes; and jaggedly staccato eighth notes.
Hang on as that vigorous brushstroke jaggedly juts across the picture plane of the canvas, colliding head-on with a colorful mass.
The theatre foyer on the south elevation is a double-height volume expressed as a sequence of angular glazing hewn jaggedly into the light honey-coloured stone.
Think of the island as a ship, and Kaena Point as its prow, jaggedly parting the North Pacific.
Scattered throughout chromosomes are stretches of DNA that twist jaggedly to the left rather than spiraling smoothly to the right.
Each layer or color is added to the piece with a different temperament - some powdery soft, some jaggedly irritated and others thrown unto the piece in rage, mirroring a society following confused and antagonistic beliefs.