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“Sondra D., if you want to give yourself a brain-ache, try making sense of those decorations.”
“For example, tell me you don't get a brain-ache from trying to comprehend...”
“It seemed too much of a brain-ache to be fun, to me.”
“What monarch would not have bartered his crown, with its brain-ache of care, for the radiance that circled my brows, flashing out from the light that was in me?”
“He knew that the anxiety which comes after stopping heavy drinking can be far more severe than the physical symptoms of parched mouth, pulsating brain-ache and so on.”
“Christopher Nolan's Inception: the first brain-ache blockbuster film.”
“Tomorrow's World, we had what we called 'brain-ache items', where you had to explain complicated concepts without being patronising or ducking it, she recalls.”
“Leaps back and forth in time make for a slightly queasy pacing, while Rodriguez and co-editor Ethan Maniquis cut the film together at a furious pace that is likely to cause brain-ache in older viewers.”
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