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She could see an unmoving pile of blankets on the couch and got frightened.
Yet three years on, while it's a blueprint in which the outlines have faded significantly, Martinez himself, despite being accused of being stubborn and unmoving when it comes to his principles, has lost track of that initial, uplifting outlook.
In the next 10 minutes before police arrived, Payam continues to intermittently attack Naser's unmoving body.
I didn't know this part of the city other than its expressways, so while idling in the unmoving mass, I pulled a map out of the glove compartment and looked for alternate routes.
Describing the toddler rescue, Captain Recep Evran said: "We saw the baby whose hands were unmoving, stiff like a robot.
Macbeth Cert 15 THIS bold and bleak adaption of Shakespeare's play is violent and visually arresting but sadly unmoving.
Fe" is the periodic table symbol for iron, a rigid, unmoving metal while in its natural state.
Snow reduces our roads to icy car parks, with miles of unmoving traffic.
She had children, a home, she closed her eyes (yours were open), her lips unmoving as you// bumpered your tongue to her red skin, and when/ you lurched in/ further, she withdrew, a note forgotten in a drawer,/ you grabbed, no, groped her chest, how desperate, Sorry, she said, not you,/ I'm so sorry, her taillights// bright as embarrass-ment, an opportunity/ for further failure/ missed// There is no such thing as/ love in a gene.
Do we become resilient and unmoving in the face of this desperate situation?
She uses her unusual images in masterful ways to convey meaning; in this case, emphasizing the unmoving desperation at the end of a long marriage.
I would argue something similar exists with the Japanese, a people prone to slip into a nearly catatonic cultural phase - unmoving, unchanging and isolated.