Michael did not want to howl, but the chemistry of his being was such that he reacted to music as compulsively
as elements react on one another in the laboratory.
It's completely absurd, of course, yet it becomes compulsively
entertaining thanks to the witty texture of Mr Lucas's writing, which seems to have sharpened considerably since the intriguing but, as I recall, somewhat baffling Swamp City.
Brower thinks this skewed self-perception may repreent a reversal of anorexia nervosa, in which individuals -- almost always female -- compulsively
diet to the point of starvation because they never feel small or thin enough.
Led by Dr Joachim Stoeber, Head of University of Kent's School of Psychology, the research team set out to explore the previously under-researched reasons why some people feel the need to work both excessively and compulsively
For all its flaws, however, Buried Thunder is a quick, compulsively
"Before, she would repeatedly and compulsively
email her friends if she was ever in a situation where she felt lonely, and she would vent on Twitter."
Once the covers have been opened (and which youngster would not open a red chest with a black skull and crossbones on it?) one cannot resist dipping in and out of the treasure compulsively
. How could a reader not want to find out how to prevent being hit by frozen toilet waste?
She takes refuge in the pages of her favourite novel, re-reading it compulsively
, imagining herself in Austen's more courtly, courteous world with such intensity that she unwittingly creates a kind of portal into Austen country.
Using solid sources from various state archives and private letter collections, the authors created a compulsively
readable account of Jackson from 1813 through 1819, the period of his military victory over the Creeks and Seminoles and his seizure of Spanish Florida.
The fact that adults in the United States would never fall into this gruesome misperception is not only an index of greater maturity but also an indication of how inured we are to the pulse of repetition that characterizes television-a medium in which events of the past are compulsively
renewed in the present.
Its skin was covered in sores and it was scratching and shaking compulsively
In "Armless," an excerpt from Strangers (1975), Maria Naidu and Michael Jahoda compulsively
attack each other like fighting cocks while their arms are straitjacketed behind their backs.