To be fair, I also read a chapter in that old-fashioned form - a crumply
old print paperback.
What may have got Dershowitz off to a crumply
July 4th was a spate of critical reports this week concerning Israel's brutal occupation and its continuing strangulation of Gaza.
old John was worth twice that pair in entertainment value alone.
You're so concerned about getting it right, so concerned about them not shooting the crumply
baby belly and saggy bottom, the anxiety goes away.
His style is what can only be described as surfing chic: fashionably frayed and faded blue jeans, a crumply
white T-shirt festooned with surfboard motifs, and grey sneakers with the laces hanging loose.
My children say my face is "crumply
" - and this was proved during a vigorous facial massage when my flesh was whooshed around over my cheekbones like dough being kneaded.
"When I wake up in the morning it takes about half an hour to look all right because my face is all crumply
and simple derivatives from verbs bristly bubbly crinkly crumbly crumply
cuddly curly frizzly giggly rumply smelly sparkly wriggly wrinkly
The sources are very different and don't really matter in the end: They might be taken from a crumply
Magritte drawing, or a photograph by the painter Wols, or Dino Buzzati's 1969 comic about Orpheus--a book whose urgency and awkwardness of line I could never fake, but want.