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  • Sheaves of yellowed newspaper crumbled in her fingertips.

    Tell us we’re home

  • Sheaves of coloured stripes undulate and sway, each acting on the next in a chain reaction only just contained by the rectangle of the canvas.

    Bridget Riley: Paintings and Related Work – review

  • Sheaves of yellowed newspaper crumbled in her fingertips.

    Tell us we’re home

  • Well, Arthur, since you asked ... not only can you take guns to protest the President, and to church (if, for example, you need to fire of a warning round because that dammed choir droned into the fifth verse of "Bringing in the Sheaves"), as of this summer Arizonians can bring their firearms into bars and restaurants that serve liquor.

    Bang Bang...

  • Sheaves of wheat, peeled logs, stretched animal hides -- Rockwell used all of these things in trendy Manhattan restaurants before he even met a Mohegan.

    Knocking Their Eyeballs Out

  • Sheaves of drying yellow soybean -- for pig feed -- dot the rooftops.

    After Quake, Parents

  • Sheaves of wheat are hung from balconies in Baghdad and their image imprinted on the dinar.

    Kleeja (Cardamom-Wheat Cookies)

  • Sheaves of wheat are hung from balconies in Baghdad and their image imprinted on the dinar.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Especially the picture of Sheaves perhaps he would scoff at my threats of canings.

    The Thing

  • I realize that Sheaves used to school you on the basketball court at Chapel Hill to be fair, who didn't?

    Hyphens Gone Wild

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