The surface of a wall on which he has made cracks
and scrapes, as if declaring war, firmly grasps and captures inner-space like an enormous drawing in which emotions and cerebral thinking are prevalent.
Many of her followers certainly thought so as they made cracks
about "champagne socialists".
During the show, Perry also made cracks
about the failed Fyre music festival and her fake social media baby named Bella sponsored by Fit Tea who has millions of Instagram followers, Perry saying babies are "really having a moment right now."
The newly made cracks
and existing faults and fissures also can allow this contaminated water to escape into aquifers.
MORE than a few of us have made cracks
about Big Brother, zombies and intelligent life, but someone has now taken jokes about the reality series and turned it into one of the best horrors on TV.
Other survivors even made cracks
about the Titanic as the ship keeled over.
Postings on message boards made cracks
about Branum's weight (about 400 pounds - one reason she says didn't realize sooner she was pregnant).
Shoppers and staff have traditionally parked on the pavement, but the council said this was illegal, caused a hazard for pedestrians and had made cracks
in the pavement.
He made cracks
about how some women can be aggravating, but he made at least as many about how some men can be aggravating.
Remember the furore involving Blake and Bobby Gould back in 1997 when Gould allegedly made cracks
about the colour of Blake's training bib ahead of one pre-match session?