They pop up disturbingly
when least expected, confusing the mind and altering pre-conceived opinions.
The change comes disturbingly
, with the force of a sudden vocation, bringing in its train agonizing doubts, assertive violences, an unstable state of the soul, till the final appeasement of the convert in the perfect fierceness of conviction.
Mehretu's paintings play disturbingly
against a backdrop of recent disasters such as 9/11 and the disintegration of the space shuttle, as well as an odd media phenomenon by which we seem to be receiving an architectural tour of the world via reports of violence and war.
The fact that in appalling weather, the majority choose to switch on only these lights clearly indicates the disturbingly
low level of competence of most drivers.
, he proves how youngsters copy what they are shown on video and mimic aggression.
Both versions contain material about heterosexual and homosexual acts that may be disturbing to less mature listeners, but it is necessary to the narrative and not too disturbingly
They also point out, disturbingly
, that many businesses insist on about a 1.9-year payback for investment in energy savings, which is another way of saying that they insist on a rate of return of more than 50 percent.
Consumer Affairs Minister Dr Kim Howells, who launched the campaign in Chamberlain Square, Birmingham, yesterday, said: "The West Midlands, along with the East Midlands and Wales, has a disturbingly
high number of deaths caused by faulty appliances, lack of adequate ventilation and blocked flues and chimneys.
The scandal of genetically modified produce - Frankenstein food - is not just that scientists' assurances as to its safety sound disturbingly
similar to what they said about British beef.
To be fair, there are some effectively rendered scenes of this addiction: Gia disturbingly
blank-faced as she takes her first snort of heroin in the backseat of a limo; Gia's mother (realistically played by Mercedes Ruehl, though with an inexplicable Marge-from-Fargo accent) torn in ten directions when she tells her strung-out daughter that she cannot move back home; Gia trying to score smack on the street and being bounced around like a pinball between sadistic dealers.
Despite meeting a wall of silence in Paris, we have continued to highlight important questions that remain disturbingly
Hardest for me to accept is Mazzotta's disturbingly
negative vision of humanity, as from a "dungeon" with a view.