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The disheveled state of her home has landed Donna Walker in court, where landlords have given her a final warning.
The only alternative model to account for Andromeda's overall disheveled appearance holds that a rotating bar of gas and dust at the galaxy's center has disturbed the galaxy's structure.
By the end, the performers had exhausted the normal limits of endurance, their red faces streaked with tears, their hair wild and clothing disheveled. In a gut-wrenching false ending, a woman cradled a man's limp body as the rest of the cast took their bows, signaling that tragedy persists alongside daily life.
mocks everything from serial killers to news events to sports and common TV cliches, with special emphasis on unique and original gags--for example, in one cartoon labeled "America's New Underclass" a disheveled man sits at a street corner begging for change by holding up a sign that reads "STILL ON DIAL-UP".
Knowing that the man wasn't a neighbor and was lying, Piper guessed from the man's disheveled appearance that he was the robber and confronted him.
Itty is a pristine show pony, while Bitty is a disheveled mess, but both are eager to get out and travel!
If the leap over the pond leaves you feeling slightly stale and ashamed of your disheveled airplane hair, stop by the new Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at London's Heathrow Airport.
Disheveled front man Rhett Miller plays the charming, eager troublemaker to perfection, his soulful voice ranging from a cocky rasp to a self-pitying sob as he spins tragicomic tales of alcoholic calamity and ill-considered romance.
Michael Pitt strikes a familiar pose, with his disheveled blond hair and vacant eyes, as celebrated musician Blake who shuffles about his remote mansion in a drug haze, avoiding contact with his record company and occasionally encountering his friends staying at the house.
Washington Post TV critic Tom Shales, writing in the journal Electronic Media, called Goldberg a "disgruntled has-been" who couldn't cut it at CBS because of his "disheveled and bleary-eyed" appearance--never mind the seven Emmys he had won for his work in broadcasting.
As the community arrived for worship they found a disheveled couple on the steps of the church begging.
Its vibe of intimacy and casualness is absorbing, and its strengths lie in a wealth of lucky-break moments: a stoned, disheveled Newcombe trying to torture a Phil Spector-esque masterpiece from his cheap four-track recorder or brawling with his bandmates onstage; Taylor preening for the camera and racking his brain for reasons why he might deserve his exfriend's abuse.