Require not crashes but jostles
(repetition of letters in any position).
Global positioning system (GPS) instruments placed on the ice mass soon after it became stuck show that it constantly jostles
very slightly back and forth, probably as a result of the sloshing of ocean tides, says Emile A.
38) Examples abound of similar fatal confrontations sparked by trivial comments and incidental jostles
interpreted to be assaults on manhood.
Rob Burger establishes the almost-cinematic mis-en-scene with richly melancholic overlays of accordion, piano and pump organ, while Carla Kihlstedt's elegantly austere violin and viola playing jostles
dramatically with Mark Orton's earthy guitar, mandolin and banjo rumblings.
In the play, a range of constructions of sexuality jostles
for prominence, an insight that allows Callaghan to read "desire," and its malleable properties, as key elements in women's material subordination.
The programme's cultural diversity is reflected in the architecture of individual buildings and over time this has thrown together some strange and slightly dislocated bedfellows -- for example Mario Botta's new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art jostles
for attention in a Vitra-like tableau with Fumihiko Maki's low rise performance space and gallery.