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Cranes and heavy excavation machinery operate unnervingly close to the temporary walkways that are the only access to luxury stores and hotels.
Their correspondence is read aloud, in Sutcliffe's case often unnervingly to a female crowd member in the front row.
In the sequel to Spud our young lad is not so young anymore despite Spud Milton's (Troye Sivan) long walk to manhood is still creeping along at an unnervingly slow pace.
The plot mirrors Enimen's own life unnervingly and a fine supporting cast including Kim Basinger, Mekhi Phifer and Brittany Murphy are great.
Unnervingly honest in it's presentation of how desperate some adolescent's lives can be and how they survive, this story is presented in and unusual manner which is both witty and clever.
He may be out of contention following knee surgery but that has not stopped American basketball player Dwyane Wade from rushing in to defend his team-mates following criticism of their patchy performance so far, especially an unnervingly close 99-94 win over Lithuania.
This scene is unnervingly similar to the real-world shooting in Aurora.
Now the move is almost complete, the building is silent and the lifts come unnervingly fast, the BBC website reported.
A turn by their second singer sounded unnervingly like Dennis Wilson, which was great.
However, on reading the Penhall version it quickly becomes apparent that the desperate, post-apocalyptic emptiness of the original is unnervingly preserved whilst the sparse beauty of the dialogue does provide an uncluttered, ready-made script.
Rather unnervingly, the Macmillans did exactly that, only more so: their TV was in the lodge, referred to as 'Nanny's cottage'.
Terrifyingly, he is only one of a number [exact figure unknown] of students who are missing and presumably all being held hostage by person or persons unknown, for reasons unknown, inside that same building, a fortress-like structure unnervingly referred to as a tomb.