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“Lewis Carroll's quote "Life, what is it but a dream" tops off the program notes, and true to its billing a mixed-up, jumbly dream quality governs Taylor's design principle (richly supported by Santo Loquasto's Breughel-inspired costumes and Jennifer Tipton's lighting).”
““We got a carrot-wheatgrass special today, with a shot of jumbly juice if you want an extra kick.””
“She tosses all the stuff back into her purse, a great big new jumbly personal object party.”
“Better to produce a mist and miasma of jumbly words, and sentences that do not hold.”
“He founded a black artists 'group called Spiral and began to make small, jumbly collages of black city life from newspaper and magazine photographs.”
“Great Village" is a misnomer: there is nothing at all in the place except a jumbly general store whose proprietor sold me a picture of Bishop's home as it looked when she lived there.”
“He was big chunky whyte boi wf teh jumbly blak patches – an teh itty bitty gurlie pinkie feets!”
“The intercuts between subjects in this big, sprawling, jumbly book can be hard to follow, but Richard Nelson Current -- a pioneering historian who devoted a lifetime to re-examining the myths of Reconstruction -- makes up for that shortcoming by offering a richness of detail and human dimension missing from the stereotypes of rapacious carpetbaggers.”
“I could hear EVERYTHING, and it was all loud and jumbly in my head, and it was soooooooo coooooooold.”
“How are things so jumbly and weird right now when they were feeling relatively normal just a few minutes ago?”
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