A blur of soot and smoke, now confusedly tending this way, now that way, now aspiring to the vault of Heaven, now murkily
creeping along the earth, as the wind rose and fell, or changed its quarter: a dense formless jumble, with sheets of cross light in it, that showed nothing but masses of darkness:- Coketown in the distance was suggestive of itself, though not a brick of it could be seen.
A manual typewriter sits atop an old wooden desk in this long-abandoned space murkily
lit by lighting designer Matt Daw, whose faint candlelight
This nonsense version of the classic ends murkily
with Siegfried and Odette disappearing inside four pieces of dark blue gauze.
For example, as might be expected from one who refuses to admit that what he is proposing and advocating is a constitutional convention, Meckler was less than honest about the purpose of the murkily
funded mock convention.
This led to the ignominious spectacle in 2003 of private lenders ousting direct lending at Michigan State University at a cost to taxpayers of $23.5 million, including $2 million pledged to the institution "from a special federal subsidy guarantee the federal government gave to lenders." As always, ideological zeal and graft mingle murkily
; from 1997 to 2003, "mega-lender" Sallie Mae ranked third among credit industry lobbyists on Capitol Hill.
, in judicial opinions may simply not exist.
Former 'Game of Thrones' actor Rheon initially makes Maximus interesting, but he's given material that ultimately dulls the murkily
motivated character, which immediately becomes drab and tiresome.
Particular controversy has focused on her use of the Presidential Protection Service, a murkily
budgeted unit intended for Jacob Zuma.
The first and most famous of these was when Dylan retreated from rock stardom after his murkily
documented mid-1966 motorcycle accident and then reemerged as an almost unrecognizably calmer, more grounded figure.
Dalton's rigorous attention to pictorial detail might seem excessive at points since the reproductions of the paintings in Edge are so small and murkily
reprinted as to obscure many of the details she describes.
Much of the language on imports is murkily
crafted, but its source was quite clear.
The reader is taken on an eloquent journey of the personal and the political as well as the murkily
historical, meandering from the Malaccan sultanate to the Mahathir years, when the dictatorial style of government set in with the subsequent clampdown on free speech that exiled this patriot for some years.