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The argument that there's only one way of being desirable to women is limper than the wrists of the designer-clothing-clad metro-sexuals who doubtless populate the nightmares of Graglia and company.
For instance, an aqua lump sits on the slanted right-hand lower edge of another untitled work from 2001 in what one might call a tense standoff with an incoming mutant seedpod, except that the lump couldn't achieve the state of "tenseness" any more than a well- chewed gum wad on the sidewalk could (though in the mortal battle between other forms of life that Ross seems to have staged here, ultimate stickiness may be the limper contestant's posthumous revenge).
In the long unfurling of his life, from tight-wound kid hustler in a wool suit riding the train out of Cheyenne to geriatric limper in this spooled-out year, Mero had kicked down thoughts of the strange place where he began, a so-called ranch on strange grounds at the south hinge of the Big Horn.
There is a limp conclusion followed by an even limper 'personal post-script'.
Limper and Prakash identified several of these predisposing conditions, including primary neurologic disorders, a loss of consciousness from trauma, and the use of sedatives or alcohol.
Some believe that the word is an expression of blame in some dialect (unnamed); it is like Ya a raj "O limper," as if he were saying to his sinful father, "O sinner, O dotard, O old man," or that it is a word of rebuke or forbidding wrong-doing.
The more seriously Franken takes himself and "real" issues, the limper the prose and the stagier the pose.
The pile of projects sits in the corner, growing limper and more humid, as out of place as my woodsmoke-scented winter coat.
Limper, Mixing of Rubber Compounds, Carl Hanser Verlag, Munich, 2012.
The first limper then bets $20 and the other limper calls.
Because if it wasn''t for the latest antics of Liverpool''s uncontrollable striker, then the glare would have been firmly fixed on the England manager, and his side''s limper than limp end to their World Cup campaign.