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  • adjective Not distilled


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  • This bloody-knuckled drama is the kind of undistilled social realism that the English dish out like fish and chips.

    Adrift at Home, Anchored Abroad

  • Gilda, though, is the greatest pure, undistilled Rita Hayworth movie – Bar None.

    Gilda is pure, undistilled Rita Hayworth

  • Patriots 34 Broncos 16, 13:56 4th quarter A display of pure undistilled Tebow on the first play of the final quarter, as the Denver signal caller is almost sacked in the end zone, then drops the ball, then recovers it and manages to get a pass off before he is hit again.

    New England Patriots @ Denver Broncos - as it happened | Paolo Bandini

  • Now, in my humble draconic opinion, what gNAW is doing is pure, undistilled awesome.

    C'mon, Tell Me This Isn't Awesome

  • And on top of all the other virtues of hanging, the great subconscious gratitude of the citizens for this raw spectacle, coupled with pride in being entrusted with such undistilled pleasures ...


  • Whatever the ultimate reason for Palin's resignation may turn out to be - looming scandal, presidential aspirations or raw, undistilled stupidity - the fact of it has added another leaf to the long tome of Republican woes.

    Pass the Ball for Victory?

  • In a revealing interview with FTC official Richard Cleland, Edward Champion lays bare the undistilled ignorance and bias of the people making these new ...

    Interview with the FTC’s Richard Cleland : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • Obviously there are many thousands of American Christians who embrace such undistilled fundamentalism, but I could no longer think of it as the purest, most authentic expression—the secret id—of evangelical pop culture.

    Rapture Ready!

  • Hell, in it's own way, the movie is perfect no Nashville or Chinatown, mind you, but a completely undistilled vision of someone's ideas about the world; that, for me, is what makes a great film.

    Bad Journalism: Pet Peeves of a Film Critic (and Other Cinematic Thoughts)

  • If Raiders was postmodern perfection, Temple of Doom an undistilled embodiment of genre, and Last Crusade a personal exorcism cum retread, then The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is a sort of retroactively self-aware deconstruction updating of its predecessors, or something like that.

    Archive 2008-05-01


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