Colin |as Ray True It had been a long time since a show caught people's imagination, the internet damn near bursting with anoraks poring over the show's quasi-religious gothic symbolism, the lead characters' pseudophilosophical banter - "Time is a flat circle" etc - and, most importantly, McConaughey's funky facial hair and worryingly skeletal frame
He wasted away, his clothes hanging from his skeletal frame
and skeletal frame
construction, the elementary building, half-timbered buildings and outdoor playground equipment, etc.
Only the skeletal frame
of the new-build home remains after the suspected arson attack
The high-tech cyborg named "Rex," whose creation is documented in "The Incredible Bionic Man" television special and which has been moved from England to the Smithsonian Museum, not only has a skeletal frame
with artificial limbs, but a heart, pancreas, lung, spleen and kidney.
She could have easily put the past behind her and buried the secrets of the stylists along with her skeletal frame
Her skeletal frame
and gaunt face prompted millions worldwide to donate cash to end hunger.
FAR be it from me to question the aesthetic sensitivities of Marcia Romney regarding the new Gateshead Town Centre redevelopment (Views of the North, September 10); however, I think it's premature to comment on the skeletal frame
of a building site rather than the finished article and the development is quite clearly a million miles away from the deserted car park that preceded it.
Hence the maximum reduction of the air flow cross section due to the presence of the skeletal frame
Felicity Warbrick's ink on paper drawing is a skeletal frame
of a house destroyed by fire, isolated and to one side, lost in the large coloured frame.
HER skeletal frame
weighing just 4st 13lb, anorexic Annabel Norris was hours from death - all because of cruel taunts over her ginger hair.
Watching the city go by from the hut in St John''s churchyard garden The skeletal frame
of the gas-holder dominates the site e of the British Gas Grangetown works * An ornate lamppost adorns The Hayes * The pillar-box in Ninian Road, Roath Park * The water tower near Cardiff Central train station * One of a pair of navigation lamps at Bute West Dock near the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay, that would have helped guide ships safely into port * A relic of a more genteel age - an old-style red telephone box on the junction of Alder Road and Ninian Road, Roath Park