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Many adults and children will have grown up with Sir Quentin's scrawly images of beasts, wiry children and big-eared giants of The Witches, The BFG, James and The Giant Peach and Matilda.
I have never fathomed how he can decipher the notes he makes - he doesn't have a proper pad, far from it, he has scraps of paper, littered across the products on the counter, that he writes down in scrawly illegible writing what someone wants, usually on the corner, on top of some other writing.
over a dog-eared tablet of scrawly lines, Synonyms listed in the margins
What I liked about it was that it did look like a five year's work - you can tell from the pictures that they are scrawly and child-like.
What I liked about it was that it did look like a five-year-old's work - you can tell from the pictures that they are scrawly and child-like.
Still, by flashing Martin's gleaming, scrawly autograph over the opening titles, ITV do seem to be implying some sort of ownership.
Being scribbly and scrawly and sketchy is what his friends have come to appreciate and value about him.
The Dublin seminar on the use of IT heard that doctors' notoriously scrawly script could cause prescription mistakes.
Liza was charmed she had tried to write her own scrawly, sloping handed poetry many times.
He worked so assiduously with this new toy that the table top was soon a mass of scrawly loops and irregular lines and his pencil-point worn down to the wood.
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