In a nutshell: A Martin-and-Lewis team from the '50s gets down and dirty in this jumbled
and unsavory take on the dark side of fame.
jungle words like "butterfly fish" and "lily trotter" and you're treated with the completed picture and an entertaining animation.
David Dreier, R-Glendora, who has advocated development of a tamper-free Social Security card that employers can use to verify a worker's eligibility, said in a statement, ``It's obvious that the current system is too jumbled
, too old-fashioned and too understaffed to function effectively.
In the past couple of years, deeper digs in the oldest part of Pompeii--as well as core drilling nearby--have exposed layers of jumbled
sediment that suggest that the city was hit by other natural disasters prior to the A.
It seemed schematic and formulaic: Reduce carroonish shapes into flat, saturated elements; pulverize and layer into an impressively jumbled
HAVING watched Gwyneth Paltrow play a number of perfectly lit sad sacks over the past few years, taking in the opening moments of John Madden's jumbled
mess of a movie, ``Proof,'' felt like slipping into a warm bathtub where someone had slit their wrists only moments earlier.
He and his colleagues contend that the thick layers of jumbled
sediments now exposed by erosion in a canyon in northern Baja California record a series of gigantic landslides that stemmed from the impact.
Putting aside the busy patterns, rhythms, and jumbled
text that permeate these paintings, one could get lost in their texture and material alone, where encaustic, enamel, and oil mingle in complex inlays, overlays, carvings, pourings, spreadings, and cakings.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is essentially staging the first constitutional convention in 126 years through a special election to revamp the jumbled
California Constitution, analysts said Tuesday.
This pattern suggests that a sex-linked genetic disturbance yields jumbled
sensory experiences, the researchers say.
In these oil-based collages on canvas, Chiezo created a painterly vision of jumbled
computer- and television-generated imagery and the mindlessly optimistic consumer culture that produces it.
SHERMAN OAKS - The cry for help came Thursday from a pile of cars and concrete that could well have been jumbled
by a second Northridge Earthquake.
The next layer up is a jumbled
mix of broken limestone and fossils that range in size from microscopic plankton to handsize shells.
It was Fellini's particular genius, of course, that he could take what, in most hands, would be a jumbled
mess and turn it into something that illuminated the human condition - or, at least, the human condition of Federico Fellini.
The mass of bones, jumbled
together in an area less than 4 square inches, turned up in a layer of fossil-riddled sediments where the other specimens remain complete, intact, and isolated from one another.