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  • Mark was sitting on a crate behind a bunch of turned-over desks, smoking a cigarette.

    The Adults

  • Malanga says that a friend of Warhol's provided all of the imagery for the "Death and Disaster" series: "This friend of his was working for his girlie magazine that went out of business, and he turned-over to Andy these huge files -- photographs from news syndicates of car crashes and people's limbs ripped off, incredible photographs -- that he used as source material."

    ARTINFO: ANDY WARHOL: 8 Surprising Insights from "The Autobiography and Sex Life of Andy Warhol"

  • I'll have to keep an eye out on the neighborhood cats, which like to use my freshly turned-over garden beds as litter boxes.

    Garden no longer sore neglected

  • The male lead, played by Roger Pryor, emerges from his turned-over taxi with amnesia and $10,000 in his pocket.

    Joe Woodward: Bibliography: A True Confession

  • The second story is about a turned-over truck that allowed a few dozen sheep to escape on a notorious stretch of highway in the North Island.

    Blood Men

  • Lexa stopped just inches from the recently turned-over earth.

    Pure Sin

  • Or perhaps the new, thoroughly turned-over justice department will not investigate.

    Obama Social Networking Group Forms -- To Pressure Obama On FISA

  • After a short stint at the helm, Esteban turned-over the stewardship to the hardworking Edwin Caliboso, also a Filipino, who was unanimously voted for the job by the EPBL members this year.

    EPBL continues to blaze the Eastern Province

  • He wore slippers now instead of work boots, a pair of those tan imitation sheepskins with the white fuzzy turned-over lining.

    Crane Man

  • Wine glasses on turned-over wooden crates, a couple of beaded necklaces, an ashtray half full of his cigarettes and a roach clip.



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