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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.

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  • 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."...

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  • 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.

    CNN Transcript Oct 28, 2005

  • 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 Wizard Of Karres

  • The men were not only spewing obscenities, but were dressed in dark, Goth-like attire.

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