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- n. Plural form of brutalist.
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That means progressive degradation – both in terms of price (more hookers means cheaper hookers) and quality (more sadists, brutalists etc. looking for progessively more transgressive ‘kicks.’)
The new brutalists were enthusiasts for the close-knit working-class life supposedly being broken up by the new estates and new towns.
Elizabeth Wills, who'll be playing on Friday, March 20, at 10 p.m. at Mother Egan's Irish Pub (715 W. 6 th St.), and brutalists
Wilson was a member of the Independent Group alongside brutalists par excellence the Smithsons, but his library is associated with the warmer nordic humanism of Alvar Aalto, and fellow Independent Eduardo Paolozzi’s Newton After Blake graces the courtyard.