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“Like Abraham, who had not belonged to a closed-off cult, they would take no pride in an established institution and, as Abraham had done, focus on the worship of God alone.”
“Clegg is not the only ex-intern who knows that working for nothing can be, for a short time, a useful or instructively ghastly or even brilliant introduction to an otherwise closed-off world.”
“Obviously, it's a deep concern that people will find it a closed-off world, says an entirely unconcerned-sounding Milch over the phone from Los Angeles.”
“Dance is a really closed-off scene, and also a very serious scene – very serious people," she says.”
“You start off with a series of things on your to-do list, but some take longer than you thought and others will hit the time equivalent of muddy ditches or closed-off fields.”
“I'm not saying that my new friend Justin has a closed-off heart; I don't know him well enough to say that.”
“I think the Queer/Art/Mentorship program has the potential to open more closed-off hearts.”
“I thought I was nuts doing Bette Davis imitations in the bathroom behind closed doors, until I met the folks at the Ridiculous Theatrical Company, who encouraged me and made it possible for what controls the universe to open my closed-off heart.”
“In fact, Janet only appears once more in the film, but her closed-off mask of distinct distemper is like a template for most of the characters in the film.”
“Make sure you do this out in the open though … trying this in a closed-off garage could equal one mean headache and a unplanned trip to the hospital.”
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