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In the end, the committee selected thirty-four pieces that crossed genres, subjects, and writing styles to include in (the first edition of) Scrawl.
A man who allegedly used yellow spray paint to scrawl "99%" on the walls of several businesses in Eugene's Whiteaker neighborhood told investigators he is not part of the Occupy Eugene encampment at a nearby park, a police spokeswoman said.
Cannes, Apr 13, 2010 - (ACN Newswire) - To meet international demand for quality Made-with-Singapore content, Scrawl Studios and the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) today announced at MIPTV 2010 that they will be collaborating with international producers, including those from Canada, France and Taiwan, to coproduce up to five animation titles with a total production value of US$13.
I would like to ask the question to the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow what reason was behind allowing, indeed encouraging, visitors to scrawl sometimes obscene messages on a Bible and go to the extent of tearing out pages of a holy manuscript?
Prime Minister Chamberlain's diary entry for September 3 1939 with his scrawl 'War Declared'
In old times, you print out someone's work, scrawl all over it with pens and magic markers, and hand it to them.
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND; and I CAN'T READ YOUR WRITTING IT IS LIKE SOME KIND OF BACKWARD ILLEGIBLE SCRAWL.
Those tempted to scrawl graffiti on walls or urinate in public will likely do so somewhere else.
Perhaps the star of The Intepreter was mimicking Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, who likes to scrawl political messages on his hands.
Put a Crayon in your hand, make a tiny fist, and scrawl away on how you became a famous published artist in Thrasher magazine.
The three new Network members - selected for their high quality and unique perspectives - are the Blawg Review, a topically focused discussion of articles selected from the best recent law blog posts; Insurance Scrawl, which was recently named as the insurance industry's "must-read" blog by the Wall Street Journal; and the Silicon Valley Media Law Blog.