Boris Johnson luridly
told manufacturing industry where to go.
THE two faces of Britain were luridly
exposed this week, and it is difficult to say which is the uglier.
"Banville is the greatest living master of simile and metaphor in prose, and Time Pieces is a trove of arresting imagery, from the lushly poetic to the luridly
At the pinnacle was the much-loved pop man, who, every Friday, pulled up in a flatbed lorry filled with crates of luridly
coloured soft drinks by long-disappeared companies such as "Villa".
colored shapes emerge from beneath feathered as well as smudged fields of white.
Many other rappers have more loudly and luridly
made their presence felt, but Gloc-9 still 'shines out,' due to his innate focus and pertinence.
Fin's domestic life is then plunged into further chaos when, with his mother hospitalised, his custody is passed to his luridly
wicked Uncle Calvin, a demon figure worthy of Brothers Grimm.
The revolving set alternates effectively between chip shop and luridly
decorated Khan household.
Writer-director Eliza Hittman has a sensitive ear for the way adolescents reveal themselves through evasion: It's a tension crucial to this anxious, tactile, profoundly sad study of a young man's journey of sexual self-discovery and self-betrayal on the luridly
faded boardwalks of Brooklyn.
Shortly after 7am I was sitting astride a luridly
pink-mauve shaft of kayak, double-bladed paddle in hand cleaving the early morning water of Egypt's greatest river with a dozen other pioneers.
I guess many of us have seen the TV series 'Hotel Impossible', in which many such horrors are luridly
In a city rife with crime, porno shops and a luridly
tempting Times Square, this nightclub became the cynosure of every eye, the gossip column item everyone wanted to read about and be in and the place to be if you were anybody who counted in the world of celebrity.
In Utopia's luridly
coloured, comicbook world, people you thought were dead often pop up again - like Lee the hitman.
DRAMA UTOPIA C4, 10pm IN UTOPIA'S luridly
coloured, comic book world, people you thought were dead often pop up again - like Lee the hitman.
But it came in a luridly
coloured sweet and sour sauce that was cloying and lacked any chilli oomp that might have rescued it.