grimness


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This beautiful book depicts the grimness of the orphanage, and the dark side of Venice and is a vivid description of what happens when a passion for music is awakened.
The whole world makes you believe something metaphysical is going to happen right when the clock hits midnight announcing the end of your twenties and the beginning of a new era of adulthood, seriousness and pretty much grimness.
At a time when there's a lot of grimness around, that's got to be good news for us all.
From desolate rural landscapes, to urban grimness, every location seems to have been specically chosen to sap your will to live.
Green blue and black dominates the color palette and presents the image of fecundity combined with the grimness that defines the region.
But grimness in India is applied to government and that is appaling.
From minors slaving away in sweat shops to slumdog slaves, from beggars to lives on the streets reminiscent of Dickensian grimness our millions of kids get very little soup.
Basil Rathbone served as an intelligence officer, a notoriously dangerous role, for the battalion and wrote entertaining letters home about the grimness of life in the trenches - at least until his beloved younger sibling, Captain John Rathbone of the Dorset Regiment, was killed in action in June 1918.
Moving from the grimness of Chicago's South Side to the Wisconsin hinterlands to seventeenth-century Salem, "Autumn in Carthage' is a story of love, of sacrifice, of terrible passions--and of two wounded souls quietly reaching for the deep peace of sanctuary.
Their merrymaking amidst such grimness is unrealistic.
More Les Battersby than Les Miserables, The Mill's portrayal of the grimness Oop North was hammered home with the same unrelenting momentum as the pistons on one of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's very own steam locomotives.
The grimness of the climate is responsible for the grimness of the Pakistani mood.
The grimness and firmness of its Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov should substantiate that the foreign ministers of superpowers are useful for their countries' foreign policies.
We'll do other stuff as the week progresses - vandalised playgrounds, post-industrial dereliction, shopping malls, multi-storey car parks, any amount of hardcore, innercity grimness.
Gerecke also lit the set, shifting between a harsh incandescent glare and the shadowy grimness of the dungeon until the end, when the house lights went up during the triumphant finale, as if inviting the audience to help celebrate the happy reunion of Leonore and Florestan.