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These two great thoroughfares intersected by the two first, formed the canvas upon which reposed, knotted and crowded together on every hand, the labyrinthine network of the streets of Paris.
THE adaptation of John Le Carre's novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy five years ago may have won two Baftas and taken PS56million, but a cigar to anyone able to follow its labyrinthine plot.
OUR KIND OF TRAITOR Cert 15, Running time 108mins The adaptation of John Le Carre's novel Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy five years ago may have won two Baftas and taken PS56million, but a cigar to anyone able to follow its labyrinthine plot.
Labyrinth featured well-structured tapered jackets simple clean lines graphic details intricate hand embroidery with fabric manipulation and labyrinthine fabric twists and drapes.
Her definition of the labyrinth as unicursal or a single path allows her to include literary references to quests, journeys, searches and challenging struggles as labyrinthine endeavors, thus broadening its scope and reach significantly.
You enter an elongated pub with a labyrinthine feel and the rooms have contrasting characters.
Flying direct from Heathrow - Jan 2014 - May 2015 From ancient Delhi, Jaipur and Agra, the fabled Taj Mahal and the home of the legendary 'Tigers of Ranthambhore, to an idyllic land of labyrinthine backwaters plied by traditional 'houseboats', and the colonial tea plantations of 'hill-country', and finally dusty plains and Madurai's breath-taking temples, this simply wonderful holiday has it all.
Despite the story being whittled down to its bare essentials to fit the one–hour running time, the plot was still labyrinthine enough, with each of the four cast doubling up on roles.
After about 48 confusing weeks, BBC1's tedious dud The Voice and its ludicrously labyrinthine rules have finally gone live.
With their draconian policies, labyrinthine lines and interminable delays, airports are no fun place to be.
As Peter ventures deep into the labyrinthine building, he is drawn into a surreal, parallel world, encountering strange characters along the way, including his nemesis, a one-eyed security guard (Naor).
CAUGHT up in M6 no-man's land one sunny evening, I was somehow persuaded by my wife to enter this labyrinthine retail hell-hole in search of light bulbs.