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At least with regard to lethal violence, the bellicose, aggressive world of the working-class bar was under siege, and male-on-male homicides in Chicago no longer tended to occur in saloons, to be sparked by trivial jostles and reckless challenges, or to begin "on the border of snakeland.
In the prologue, observed with the theater's ``fourth wall'' firmly in place, we watch art and crass practicality jostle.
Sound: Black letters, and sometimes red ones, taken from found typefaces and rubbed in pencil repeat and jostle each other, evoking sounds.
Millions of hair pullers say they feel like they live in an underground world, avoiding wind and rain, which can jostle carefully placed wigs or ruin makeup.
Driven by strong currents that sweep along the coast, the floating masses of ice jostle and bang their way along the ice shelf for hundreds of miles.
Ersatz scoring cues brushed up against cutouts of historical and pop-culture figures, who in turn seemed to jostle dismembered cartoon limbs and partial anatomies.
TRAINER John Servis gained his first Grade 1 success on Saturday when Jostle won the Alabama Stakes at Saratoga.
Cars that appear to be idle are actually conserving energy and can fire up and take off on their own at the slightest jostle.
Jostle got the measure of favourite Secret Status in the Grade 1 Alabama Stakes for three-year-old fillies at Saratoga, New York, on Saturday, in the process taking a major step towards a divisional championship, writes Dan Farley.
JOSTLE gave trainer John Servis a first Grade 1 victory when making all the running in the 12-furlong Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park on Saturday.
These space-time disturbances travel outward as gravitational waves, which slightly jostle any bodies in their paths (SN: 6/26/93, p.
Secret Status came off a near-two-month lay-off after winning the Kentucky Oaks to land Saturday's Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park by two and a quarter lengths from Jostle, writes Dan Farley.