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  • The male lead, Yoshioshi Arakawa, plays a sad sack love-crossed guy – that part of the plot tends to drag at times, as sad sack college romantic comedies are prone to do.

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  • Could it be that the Splasher, as conceptually delusional and confused and love-crossed as he seems to be (depending on what you believe), might be echoing not only the love-inspired graffiti campaign of CORNBREAD, but performing a Lichtenstien-eque role as well that could eventually herald a change or mark the death of a style in the street art scene?

    Willy Blackmore: In a Swoon: A Brief History of Love and Bombing

  • And, truly, that was the most unmanning aspect of being a forlorn, love-crossed idiot-he'd gone from having earth-shattering, bone-jarring, back-clawing sex with a women he adored to nothing.

    Hot For Him

  • Daisy/David's alter-ego, Melinda, is no longer a love-crossed English beauty from the 18th century but a feisty big-band singer from the early 1940s in search of a professional break.

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  • Sean sounded like a love-crossed girl after she’d given it up to a player who’d ditched her, Corey thought.

    The Good House

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