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fantasmagorical

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  • They didn't create fantasmagorical financial instruments and sell them to hundreds of thousands of people.

    Tom Tresser: What Is Jane Addams' Heritage Worth to Chicago

  • Those fantasmagorical goals -- peace and security -- may help explain why Israel is actually supporting Rawabi, despite the project's openly activist nature.

    Catesby Holmes: Palestinian Authority Approves West Bank's First Planned City: Is Palestine Inching Toward Statehood?

  • No, what this is about is how John McCain is playing an eerie character, so closely resembling the duplicity-driven, misremembering mumble-mindedness and scary-as-hell-other-world-fantasmagorical delusions of George W. Bush.

    When can McCain misstatements be called lies?

  • The instrumental sound of the album is percussive techno-cabaret, appropriately fantasmagorical but with a array of instrumentation whose broad musical palette recalls A KISS IN THE DREAMHOUSE.

    In Heaven and Hell With You

  • At the time of its release in 1949, Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's THE SMALL BACK ROOM was praised as a welcome return to the postwar realism that audiences had come to expect of "The Archers" after their Technicolorful, fantasmagorical THE RED SHOES.

    Archive 2008-10-12

  • There are fantastic, fantasmagorical surreal menacing creatures which are part insect, part mammal, part crustacean, part reptile.

    Born to blush

  • One of Gogos' greatest works, his rendering of Fredric March's Mr. Hyde for the cover of FAMOUS MONSTERS #62, facets the distorted, bedraggled features of Dr. Jekyll's alter ego with so many daubs of fantasmagorical color lavenders, lime greens, sunny yellows that we can imagine how Rouben Mamoulian's B&W film might have looked under the painterly direction of Mario Bava.

    The Michelangelo of the Macabre

  • Even without the fantasmagorical bureaucracy that goes with this ill-considered Directive, the UK already exceeds the EU target set by the self-same Directive of collecting 4kg of electrical waste per person each year.

    Insane or what?

  • With a speed that was quite stunning, the net was cluttered with conspiracy theories of increasingly fantasmagorical proportions.

    That special relationship

  • My heart just skipped a beat...that is a fantasmagorical knife.

    A tale of two fish knives

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