The formula is a classic example of a back-of-the-envelope solution that should have been scrumpled
up years ago.
Doel M A, 1996, "A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomad thought and scrumpled
geography of Gilies Deleuze and Felix Guattari" Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 14 421 439
It was all scrumpled
up and she hated her hair being a mess.
So stop looking for lipstick on collars or phone numbers on scrumpled
up napkins, this information is not to be sniffed at.
Consider, for example, the description of George Cubbins: 'Handsome as a freshly opened tub of margarine, as charismatic as a wet tea towel lying scrumpled
on the floor' (p.
1996) A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomad thought and scrumpled
geography of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari.
Our view: page 18 How detectives pieced all the clues together: A scrumpled
registration card from a B&B, a sighting outside McDonald's, a mobile phone top-up and fingerprints on cashed travellers' cheques.
As he reached the counter I had to stifle a giggle as he handed over the shirt, scrumpled
the piece of paper and said: "Could you put Terry please
I thought it was rubbish so I ripped it and scrumpled
it and threw it in the bin.
1996 'A hundred thousand lines of flight: a machinic introduction to the nomadic thought and scrumpled
geography of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari' Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 14(4), 421-439
cardboard and junk mail to balance wet and soggy items 9.
In the window display `between a chic pair of gloves and the dark glasses' she saw `a scrumpled
old newspaper with the banner headline "Learning for life".