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Farocki's twelve-monitor installation Arbeiter verlassen die Fabrik in elf Jahrzehnten (Workers Leaving the Factory in Eleven Decades), 2006, repeats excerpts of films ranging from Louis Lumiere's La Sortie de I'usine Lumiere a Lyon (Workers Leaving the Lumiere Factory in Lyon, 1895) to Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark (2000)--eternally and infernally waylaying the depicted workers in front of their factories, thus tracing the demise of industrial labor yet occluding what might follow it.
Then come out those fiery effulgences, infernally superb; then the evil-blazing diamond, once the divinest symbol of the crystal skies, looks like some crown-jewel stolen from the King of Hell.
Similar to Mudge's theory about the historical emergence of literature, as that which is not pornography, is that of Andrew Ross, who notes how "in the nineteenth century, the private act of reading (especially popular literature), on the part of the new reading public, was infernally associated with masturbation" (230).
His clown suit pinches and the jester bells ring infernally in his ears.
Researchers at Cincinnati University have developed a program - otherwise known as a bot, as in those infernally annoying dogbot car ads - that is able to understand and react to a simple pun-style joke.
When the math--vectors, quaternions, ad infinitum--becomes infernally esoteric, it's obvious that the author is goofing on the reader.
Dance reviewers are fond of telling the world how infernally difficult dance reviewing is--largely because we lack any readily accessible vocabulary for quotation or illustration.
After grappling with its infernally small screwtop lid, the liquor disappeared with one gulp and the furry thing is stuck on my dash-board.
But remember how infernally difficult it was to prise open the pieces later
Given ``Rescue Me's'' tremendous dark sensibility, it was a tribute to Leary and co-creator Peter Tolan (they previously collaborated on the ABC sitcom about Big Apple cops, ``The Job,'' in what was, in retrospect, a ramping-up to this, their masterpiece) that the two were able to make this show so infernally hilarious.
When our normal ideals and daydreams are rendered with Jelinek's instrumentation of heartless wordplays, macabre metaphors, and infernally twisted quotations from the classics, they are never again the same.
But as a Welsh parent there's an added guilt-trip lurking around the corner, ready to pounce like one of those infernally persistent 'charity muggers' - the question of a Welsh education.