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Mr. Galliano's couture show in July 2005, with draped silks and fallen chandeliers, was followed several months later by a Goth-like ready-to-wear, replete with black bandanas and heavy boots.
One of the first to articulate this view in any depth was Raffles, who was particularly interested in the literature of the Kawi or "Old-Javanese" language: "For Raffles, Old Javanese was an Asian Latin, banished to Bali by invading, Goth-like Muslims."...
I think that ` s a calculated play by his lawyer, to make sure he didn ` t continue with that Goth-like, vampire-like appearance that he had.
The unseen something emitted a very Goth-like "Ow!" and the assassin's head made an even louder "thunk!" as it smashed against the floor of the stage.
The men were not only spewing obscenities, but were dressed in dark, Goth-like attire.