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- adverb In a
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At Tommie's bar, we learn that "Ceiling fans whirred noirishly against the night, and were stoical, somehow, like the old uncles of the place, all raspy and emphysemic."
In this noirishly rendered narrative, a woman negotiates the banalities of life.
His plots are extremely intricate but never stupid regarding logic, or even remotely coincidental, and his protagonist is very flawed, but not tragically, noirishly so.
Dowd's vampy hose-and-heels full-page portrait accompanying a recent New York Times Magazine excerpt from the book — and her portrayal in the noirishly headlined New York magazine cover story The Redhead and the Gray Lady — reinforced the notion that the two redheads are one and the same.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the hip-hop superstar reveals he wanted to purchase a black and white photo taken by renowned American artist-and-photographer Laurie Simmons of a "a noirishly lit pistol with a pair of women's legs emerging from the handle".