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I though how I would carry down to you the square of unembroidered blond I had myself prepared as a covering for my low-born head, and ask if that was not good enough for a woman who could bring her husband neither fortune, beauty, nor connections.
Indeed, the apparent lack of phallic penetration depicted in the hazy drama of "The Borderline" is presented as an unembroidered and unclarified given--that is, without any sense in the narrative of regretful compromise or imposed adjustment by the frenetic participants.
Will hebe told the plainer, unembroidered version of the incident?
Their poems sieved the sound of the mind as it mostly lives: unembroidered, unheightened, continually talking away to itself at some subterranean level; often dwelling, as mind does, in the superficial, yet bumping unavoidably into reality's cliffs.
Throughout this volume the short, staccato sentences read as if they had come largely unembroidered from official minutes and memoranda and seem to be a precis of documents prepared by civil servants or members of the diplomatic corps for their political masters.
By clinging on to his unembroidered hand-stitched sherwani, the daily uniform of the extinct Muslim aristocracy, this man rose above the squalor.
It was a series of colourful, unembroidered dresses, short tube-tops, kaftan tops, pants and skirts often bordered with a dyed circular design.
Though autobiography has always been a primary creative source for writers, Meadow contends that it is seldom left unembroidered by the great ones.
His publisher IB Tauris said he didn't intend to cause trouble and the book was a "straightforward, unembroidered, eyewitness account of the key working relationship at the centre of government".
By purchasing in bulk, McKenzie Athletic can produce logo-embroidered goods for less than the retail cost of a similar unembroidered product, Luby said.