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"After a while you can't tell truth from fiction," he added from his sunroom, a rolled-up American flag leaning in the corner.
Pa. voters under assault: Ads from 3 states and stacks of mail every day Philip Rucker 2010
And "You've got flies!" is not a proper greeting, even if a considerate guest on intimate terms might volunteer later to go after them with a rolled-up magazine.
Miss Manners washingtonpost.com 2010
It can be stultifying to watch a movie that looks and sounds too much like there should be a rolled-up Playbill in your fist.
HBO's 'Sunset Limited' review: All aboard the theological choo-choo Hank Stuever 2011
Alexander Walker, film critic at the Evening Standard, damned the movie as "monstrously indecent", prompting Russell to attack him with a rolled-up copy of his own newspaper.
He clutched a rolled-up piece of parchment with tiny hands studded with black clawlike nails.
Master of Mirrors Amanda Marrone 2011
At Wednesday night's show, models showed rolled-up jeans, sparkling knit dresses, and a quilted vinyl coat to an audience including German celebrities and buyers from Lord & Taylor.
Everyday Escada? Life After '80s Power Dressing Cecilie Rohwedder 2011
Thirteen in all, packed with tired southern Sudanese families inside and, on top, everything they owned: bed frames, rolled-up mattresses, bulging suitcases, couches, water drums, cooking pots and bicycles.
She held out a rolled-up piece of paper tied with ribbon.
Odd Girl In Jo Whittemore 2011
He has closely cropped red hair and wears a red-and-green-plaid shirt, Levis with an inch of rolled-up cuffs, and vintage black-and-white Keds.
Soul Trapper F. J. Lennon 2011
When he opened the storage compartment at the back of the sidecar, he found only a can of peaches and a rolled-up magazine with pictures of naked women on the cover.
The Omega Theory Mark Alpert 2011