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“At the next night's gala at the Lotus Club, with its theme "Feel the Art," the simple yet elegant dinner centerpieces reflected the down-to-earth yet other-worldliness of the Foundation's founder, Heather de Haes.”
“They have none of the wide-eyed innocence of E. T.'s friendly title character or the gentle other-worldliness of the visitors from Close Encounters of the Third Kind.”
“She is small and intense, with a hint of other-worldliness signifying genius.”
“Now we know that's not true and these same features that make the oceans wonderful -- their mystery and other-worldliness -- have also worked to their disadvantage.”
“The other-worldliness of it all makes you wonder whether this is his limbo, his Hell.”
“Angelina Jolie, already commonly regarded as one of -- if not the -- most gorgeous women on earth, has hit a new level of other-worldliness.”
“This is an attempt to show the mystery of Christ, the other-worldliness, the state of suspension between material (solid) and spiritual (air), how that becomes a liminal existence.”
“Krapp's Last Tape is an unusual play for Beckett; starkly real and harsh as compared to the absurdism and other-worldliness of End Game or Waiting for Godot, but with touches of humor and even slapstick, albeit given that minimalist treatment by the playwright who made Harold Pinter seem verbose.”
“By embracing the complete absurdity and other-worldliness of the graphic novel on which the story is based Timur Bekmambetov has managed to integrate some high-octane car chases, shoot-outs and quality scenes of violence we all saw the awesome keyboard smash scene well in advance right? which totally get the adrenaline pumping.”
“The other-worldliness of the Galapagos -- a moonscape inhabited by creatures that exist nowhere else on earth and act like no others -- is what gives the islands their fascination.”
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