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There were tears, there were flour explosions and there were frazzled finalists frenziedly attempting to coax their ovens to perform faster.
I tried to buy a small souvenir to take to a friend's child but had to give up--I could not gain an inch past the solid block of kids frenziedly buying up items.
This congress followed a first congress, organized by the so-called Independent Committee in October 1961 when the region was still a Dutch overseas territory and the Dutch were frenziedly preparing Papuans for self-determination to comply with demands of the United Nations.
Finders Keepers played like a nightmarish dystopian vision of broken Britain with children in hard hats frenziedly ransacking a house.
Buildings rose up where only mangroves had stood; new concrete piers stretched far into the water; railroad lines crisscrossed the island; and hard-hatted workmen frenziedly drove nails and laid foundations, hastening to complete their tasks before war clouds enveloped them.
Embassy in Cairo is guarded by Marines with no ammunition, but they do enjoy the soft-power muscle of a Foreign Service officer, one Lloyd Schwartz, tweeting frenziedly into cyberspace (including a whole chain directed at my own Twitter handle, for some reason) about how America deplores insensitive people who are so insensitively insensitive that they don't respectfully respect all religions equally respectfully and sensitively, even as the raging mob is pouring through the gates.
Suvin asks, "why should Tolkien or the Conan stories or the frenziedly racist Lovecraft not be legitimately usable by neo-fascism" ("Considering" 236)?
Kleist is constantly, almost frenziedly, wandering around the European continent.
Harrassed mums and dads frenziedly dragging around the kids from shop to shop before term starts to get the right size and the right colour are pretty blinkered.
Dr Morris is convinced the bizarre behaviour of many of his patients can only be solved by the superior talents of Montgomery Flinch; at twelve minutes to midnight each night, the patients awake and begin frenziedly writing strange messages on anything they can find, even their cell walls or their own skin if nothing better is available.
sky above the frenziedly nervous twitchings of the movements made by
Passing through this set of curtains, we next see In the Garden of Gethsemane, 2000, in which the artist frenziedly chants a variation on Christ's prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane, "May this cup be taken from me" (Matthew 26:36-46).