The manifesto was another unsettlingly
familiar part of the tragedy.
Put together by the SAMENA Telecommunications Council with patronage from the United Arab Emirates' Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), the main sponsors for the day-long affair were Huawei -- who, in addition to bringing along a two-legged humanoid robot named Titan that (in all seriousness) could dance and make jokes (despite an unsettlingly
similar physical appearance to the evil Megatron from the Transformers movies -- even weirder considering it once actually had a pash with the singer Rihanna on stage and hung out with aspiring supermodels on the German version of the Topmodel reality series), presented a number of their 5G solutions and hosted the "5G is ON" forum discussing where we're currently at and where we're heading with 5G technology.
Adams has issued a statement calling the article "unsettlingly
inaccurate," and apologising to anyone he had hurt, "however unintentionally".
In each he has distorted his face into a grotesque mask, while retaining an unsettlingly
direct openness with the viewer.
Robyn Creswell introduces English-language readers to a poetic movement that will be uncannily familiar -- and unsettlingly
029 2087 8444 MUSIC Coheed And Cambria New York based metal band Coheed and Cambria, whose unsettlingly
high-pitched vocals and well-placed melodies form the vehicle for a story of political corruption and war in the hi-tech distant past.
The novelty was that each of those thrillers played out in real time, so that you, as a viewer, felt unsettlingly
hard-wired into the user experience.
At the US Open women's final, hers was a magnificent show of hard hitting, technically excellent and unsettlingly
Ukip are Britain's Know Nothings - carrion crows, feeding where they can on poverty and disorientation in this unsettlingly
fast-moving, unstable and dangerous world.
For decades, I have been completely flummoxed by the millions of male Filipinos who make the feast of the Black Nazarene (9 January) an unsettlingly
Although the opening double-length episode is warm and charming in places, the grim reality of these women's lives doesn't make for happy viewing and this retelling for entertainment feels unsettlingly
like fresh exploitation.
Has Rauschenberg recast leisure activities and aesthetic connoisseurship as fraudulent endeavors, orare the images just that--shapes meant only to conjure an unsettlingly
familiar realm of punishment?