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“Make certain your hands are cool for the rolling, or better still, leave the truffles rough-edged.”
“The pit was raised and the orchestra, embracing period instrument habits – short bows, wooden flutes – played with rough-edged enthusiasm.”
“You could use them as the base of a boozy preserve, which is unlikely to set, by boiling the fruit with sugar and a little water until it partially thickens, then serve with warm, plain scones no sultanas here or a toasted, rough-edged crumpet.”
“We Were Promised Jetpacks, a young outfit from Edinburgh, are a band of enormous heart – their formula of emotional difficulties and quiet/loud guitar dynamics is not exactly untested, but it's done with a passion that gives them an endearingly rough-edged quality.”
“Barbery's debut, occasionally rough-edged and uneven in structure, showcases her lush and satisfying prose and sets the stage for what has come.”
“Susana lives in the rough-edged north of the city, near metro Consulado.”
“It is easy to imagine why the rough-edged Duffy might have appealed to Weinstein, who had recently enjoyed considerable success distributing films by young director-mavericks Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith.”
“When first seen in Jim Mickle's rough-edged vampire movie, Stake Land, opening in limited release Friday 4/22/11, Kelly McGillis is in a badly torn nun's habit, blood running down her face, shrieking at the top of her lungs while running to save her own life.”
“Underneath the Bourbon-Street-meets-bunraku jambalaya, some of the original play — in an excellent translation by Shakespeare specialist Jean-Michel D é splats — shines through, particularly in scenes between Blanche and her rough-edged here heavily tattooed gentleman caller Mitch.”
““Catriona,” the rough-edged purr of her name ignited long dormant passions.”
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