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“Then your ideal of happiness is a jelly-like organism floating in”
“The jelly-like organism develops a bony structure, muscles by which to move itself, and a nervous system —”
“MCâD'Arrest 2009, shown in your Cheim & Read exhibition last year, was hypnotizing and, as you said, jelly-like.”
“MCD'Arrest 2009, shown in your Cheim & Read exhibition last year, was hypnotizing and, as you said, jelly-like.”
“The cornea is a clear, jelly-like membrane covering the eye.”
“Elastic water, a new substance invented by researchers at Tokyo University, is a jelly-like substance made up of 95% water along with two grams of clay and a small amount of organic materials.”
“Among his other works are claims that the human race is as old as the Earth and descended from creatures with jelly-like bodies, and a belief that men's passions seep into the Earth's interior, where they trigger earthquakes and volcanoes.”
“You've got the hard attitude of the person of "All Day and All of the Night," then you've got this sensitive, delicate, jelly-like person wobbling around the world.”
“Each part – skin, fruit wall, pith and that jelly-like stuff around the seeds – plays a different part in producing that tomato flavour.”
“But it is hard for me to walk past a shop where slabs of the jelly-like Karachi halwa, topped with almonds, or newly fried bright orange jalebis sit enticingly in the window, and not find myself at the counter.”
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