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The government should fix responsibility and courts should intervene," he said agitatedly.
Situated near the genuine article in the museum we find a 1935-36 ink drawing of the Gruner Kopf, in which Giacometti has agitatedly drawn circles around the eyes to emphasize their vacant gaze.
During the debut screening of Joseph Cornell's Rose Hobart (1936), Salvador Dali, who happened to be in the city for the first Surrealist exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, reacted agitatedly, shouting "bastard" and knocking over the projector.
Nonspecific Behaviors: Definitions and Clinical Examples Category Definition Restless Agitatedly moving about, not composed, not accompanied by unbroken sleep, in continual motion, constantly seeking change (p.
Meanwhile, Mr Cameron, who clearly could not believe his ears, was agitatedly consulting his colleagues.
Meanwhile, Mr Cameron, who could not believe his ears, was agitatedly consulting his colleagues.
As the vehicle drew closer, we could see the lead animals dancing agitatedly on the shore, edging closer to the water, then back, trying to galvanize sufficient courage to cross the wet chasm blocking their journey.
Tell Brian about that day, Raymond," pleaded Itchy Alan, agitatedly rubbing his arms with his hands.
The seated figure is envisioned with the lower part of its left leg resting forward and slightly turning to the left (instead of agitatedly moving backwards and to the right, as in the Uffizi Annunciation), which results in a more natural repose of the draperies on the ground; the cloth seems thicker, softer, and its more rounded folds appear as if subtly inflated by air.
One June weekend, as I entered the MK Bowl to watch a five-a-side soccer tournament, trucks were circling the complex, speakers cranked to 11, as a voice agitatedly bellowed out, "MK Taxi