“We meet in the Banana Leaf, an Indian restaurant at the grottier end of Tooting in south London: Maya chose it because it's round the corner from her mum, Kala.”
“He had little time for the grottier end of journalism, even though he could have made more money there.”
“This is considerably less than the next-nearest priced brand, predictably named ‘Plutocrat’ in line with the inverse rule that the grottier a brand of cigarettes are, the more plush they sound.”
“If anything, Tooting Broadway seems less mixed than when I lived in one of its grottier estates ten years ago.”
“It couldn't have been a greater contrast: the comrades of the Communist Party of Britain were meeting on a wet Wednesday night in one of the grottier enclaves of east London, while in an auction room in Manhattan the world's leading art dealers were on a spending spree which broke world records.”
“Sinkiang lies north of the Himalayas, north of Tibet, and borders on Afghanistan and some of the grottier bits of the Soviet Union.”
“Grittier and grottier than the elegant Avenida de Mayo, it has suffered the effects of Argentina's long battle against inflation and recession that followed years of military repression.”
“The first few steps are very simple but hopefully as it goes on, the darker, grottier elements emerge.”
“Jia Zhangke films, but Nemes's visual style is deliberately far grottier.”
“We got to the house, which looked a bit grottier than the pics, got our luggage out of the taxi and then the alarm bells started going off.”
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