So, hopefully, that sends a few shudders
through the English camp," The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Hussey, as saying.
to imagine the consequences had not the highways authority undertaken the urgent repairs.
It's a series of shudders
on the hill by the trees that are
As our earth shakes and shudders
with the upheavals of this past year, we can feel the movement echo through our own deep center.
Pursuits ashore, especially in the Philippines, will bring back smiles, shudders
and nods from many veterans.
Al-Rashid's courage will be, one shudders
The other side reads those same rulings and shudders
. To them, our public schools are the godless laboratories of "Secular Humanism." Government's failure to subsidize religion is discrimination.
to think of what contemporary Hollywood might have done with this same material, but these Spaniards get it just right.
Fourteen-year-old Phoenix, dressed in a virtual reality suit, shudders
in a dark maze where the ancient Minotaur threatens.
, which shake the ground from side to side at low frequencies, travel at about half the speed of the P waves.
We might fly off to Hawaii on a passenger blimp or (for serious shudders
) an atomic airplane.
at the implications of this line of thought.
(The sickening sound of the record being ruined is enough to induce shudders
in anyone with the vaguest recollection of the Age of Vinyl.) The other two pieces, Beat & Pew and Hey, run more elaborate variations on similar patterns, becoming correspondingly more opaque.
The earth shudders
at Universal Studios when action-packed movies like Earthquake come to life in thrilling rides.
"Timid Lady Rides The Redline": She shudders
at / sudden vibrations // clutches her / Aigner bag // for the / dark tunnel // subway screech / and T-stop // at Kendall Square.