Now, Coelacanth has managed to build quite a large version of such a scheme in the middle of Kamishinjo, which has the generally awful texture of many Japanese city centres, dense and very crowded, with quite low buildings that jostle
and take no notice of each other.
Externally, the curved perimeter of the first floor overhangs the ground floor, and coloured brick and plaster jostle
each other to form a patchwork envelope.
Sound: Black letters, and sometimes red ones, taken from found typefaces and rubbed in pencil repeat and jostle
each other, evoking sounds.
TRAINER John Servis gained his first Grade 1 success on Saturday when Jostle
won the Alabama Stakes at Saratoga.
In the prologue, observed with the theater's ``fourth wall'' firmly in place, we watch art and crass practicality jostle
Ersatz scoring cues brushed up against cutouts of historical and pop-culture figures, who in turn seemed to jostle
dismembered cartoon limbs and partial anatomies.
got the measure of favourite Secret Status in the Grade 1 Alabama Stakes for three-year-old fillies at Saratoga, New York, on Saturday, in the process taking a major step towards a divisional championship, writes Dan Farley.
Driven by strong currents that sweep along the coast, the floating masses of ice jostle
and bang their way along the ice shelf for hundreds of miles.
gave trainer John Servis a first Grade 1 victory when making all the running in the 12-furlong Coaching Club American Oaks at Belmont Park on Saturday.
The pure abstractions of the early '50s slowly give way later in the decade to acid-colored patches and tentacles that jostle
and pinch each other.
But it will boost the Home Secretary's anti- European credentials as top Tories jostle
for position in advance of a leadership battle.
Secret Status came off a near-two-month lay-off after winning the Kentucky Oaks to land Saturday's Grade 1 Mother Goose Stakes at Belmont Park by two and a quarter lengths from Jostle
, writes Dan Farley.
In the vitrines devoted to literature, fascist, socialist, communist, resistant, or collaborationist opinions or literary commitments jostle
each other as just so many preferences.
These space-time disturbances travel outward as gravitational waves, which slightly jostle
any bodies in their paths (SN: 6/26/93, p.
The pieces seem to jostle
each other for space, competing fiercely for our attention.