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unmade bed

slang One who is very unkempt in appearance. Look at Bill, with his hair uncombed and his shirt half-tucked—he's a real unmade bed.
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Spanning many years and traversing two continents, The Unmade World by Steve Yarbrough weaves together the worlds of sports journalism, Polish immigration to America, and burglary for an insightful story about the grieving process.
Unmade in China documents the three major segments of the production process--scripting, shooting, and editing--as they were constantly reworked due to censorship, restrictions, and other contingencies.
The unmade bed, littered with condoms, cigarette packets and underwear, divided the critics but began the process that saw her become one of the country's most famous artists.
In 2010, convinced that the importance of our beds had gone unexplored, Poller began “The Unmade Bed Project,” inviting people from around the world to post an image of their unmade bed on a dedicated site (http://www.unmadebedproject.com).
BUBBLES banned from a child's birthday party, toothpicks removed from a restaurant and a hotel cot bed left unmade are among a list of health and safety myths exposed in the past year.
My idea of art is not lengths of rope hanging from the ceiling, unmade beds, piles of bricks, firewood and pieces of scrap metal.
You can laugh at her art all you want - one of her works was an unmade bed, after all - but she gets pots of cash for her trouble and hangs about with Stella McCartney.
The play where you aggressively bet an unmade or drawing hand is known as: A) semi-bluff B) drawing-bluff C) active-bluff D) calculated-bluff 4.
LISBEE STAINTON Girl On An Unmade Bed (Marionet) SHE was the first unsigned singer to play for 30,000 people at London's 02 Arena, and the demo of single Red attracted the attention of Tom Robinson and Coldplay producer Rupert Christie.
and God Spoke,'" is a movie without much narrative tension; you know "Bloodstain" will be "unmade" from the moment it starts.
I stayed by the side of the unmade bed until 8.30pm, in a sweltering hot mixed ward, dressed in a flimsy NHS apron-type garment, without seeing a doctor.
Having discovered the former Moonshine School House (1786) at the end of an unmade path that winds through the 150 acre East Rocks Wood, Piers Taylor's heart and mind were immediately settled.
What would happen if they came across her famous unmade bed installation artwork and straightened that out, hoping to please her, only to find they had knocked tens of thousands of pounds off its value.
Ms Emin, whose unmade bed artwork won her the Turner prize, said she chose Liverpool because of the city's ``neo-Roman'' architecture.
Hence his focus on poetic moments of the ordinary: the piles of folds on unmade beds (5 Bilder); the slow passage of a freighter on the Rhine, captured in the thirty-six flames of a standard film roll ("Zeit-Serien" [Time Series], ca.