On and on they drove through the darkness, and though the rain stopped, the wind rushed by and whistled and made strange
Even the drunken King sat up and made strange
At table he made strange
noises and ate greedily, yet in spite of all that, added to his noted temper and rude manners, men loved him and sought his company more than that of any other writer of his day, for "within that shaggy exterior of his there beat a heart warm as a mother's, soft as a little child's."*
It is not uncommon for human clay in this condition to value itself above all things upon its great prudence and sagacity; and Mr Swiveller, especially prizing himself upon these qualities, took occasion to remark that he had made strange
discoveries in connection with the single gentleman who lodged above, which he had determined to keep within his own bosom, and which neither tortures nor cajolery should ever induce him to reveal.
They made strange
growling, barking noises, as with much baring of fangs they advanced upon us.
By day made strange
, the woods we range With blinking eyes we scan; While down the skies the wild duck cries "The Day--the Day to Man!"
Film, English, history, and other scholars from Australia, North America, and the UK discuss the various roles elderly characters play in horror cinema: feisty senior citizens in Bubba Ho-Tep, The Devil-Doll, Don't Breathe, and Rabid Grannies; the relationship between the elderly and abjection in The Visit, The Taking of Deborah Logan, The Shining, and Skeleton Key, as well as aging women in horror film; how the aged in horror films are made strange
, uncanny, and terrifying in Drag Me to Hell, Countess Dracula, Psycho II, and The Visit; elders attempting to fight back against aging in Bram Stoker's Dracula, The Hunger, The Brotherhood of Satan, and American Horror Story; and aging characters empowered or trapped by their knowledge in Ghost Story, The Cabinet of Dr.
She also placed a sick bag over her head and reportedly made strange
In the regular pacing of couplets, Harpur unfolds a terrain made strange
by rare snowfall, transformed into "Iceland?
It has made strange
bedfellows after Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership put tribal chieftain Malik Asad Sikandar in the saddle.
The landing gear made strange
sounds when the pilot pulled the lever to lower it into place.
Upon seeing his works that have found residence in many private collections, we'd easily recognize where the characters were culled: from the streets of Manila, from the shores of Zambales made bent, made gaunt, made strange
by the artist's hand and imagination.The painter has just turned 51 this January.
The girls convulsed, contorted and made strange
At the edges of experience, the strange is made familiar, and the familiar is made strange
The non story so far: Dry-eyed Simon made strange
seal noises and called it crying.