cadaverous


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WORD: Artist Sally Wilson with her piece 'Reliquiae and the Cadaverous Angel'' which has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy JH080410Bsally-02.
A tall cadaverous man in a woolly hat and reasonable clothes was lifting takeaway boxes out of a waste bin, laying them out on the flat top of the bin, scraping out old food into one box - curry, fish batter, mushy peas, pie, pudding, chips, gravy, all congealed and second hand.
The second is to graft dermal cadaverous tissue; a very technical and sensitive surgery that most periodontists don't like to do.
Having been utterly exhausted by the lugubrious task of dressing up dead donkeys as props to look as cadaverous as possible, Dali describes how he went back to his hotel alone and "utterly dejected" He soon becomes frightfully ill from the stress and disgust and is confined to his hotel room for several days.
A Polish boy, you took cadaverous birds, Perched in a burnt-out Europe, for your text, Then came here, but kept sympathy towards Creatures with wings, for you chose angels next, Though different from those flaming ones that flew Into the Bible: yours are too perplexed Even to fly, waifs without work to do.
A cadaverous haul of 84 points from the last 13 championship games tells the story of a championship campaign that disintegrated totally and shamefully.
As the frontman of first Napalm Death and then Cathedral, his cadaverous vocals boom out of many a teenage boy's bedroom, and he's the man most likely to be found sharing a Grolsch with Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl.
The cadaverous Jacobson, who looks like he is conducting a life extension experiment involving extreme calorie restriction, routinely reduces the dining experience to numbers indicating nutritional assets and liabilities, treating pleasure as, at best, an after-thought.
Two years later, however, the artist's work again takes a cadaverous turn with the partly flayed Virgin Mary in beeswax, but this time the subject is viewed wholly from the outside.
Dore inscribed each drawing with an imaginary excerpt from the subject's speech to complement the visual humor; thus, a cadaverous speaker's announcement that he has spent his whole life devoted to public health, or a corpulent speaker, whose deeply cross-hatched face suggests a florid complexion, leering over the lectern to state that one is not able to listen to horrible stories without growing pale.