interloper


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interloper

Commerce a person who trades unlawfully
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The winner, Saskia Olde Wolbers, 33, was presented with pounds 24,000 for her video installation entitled Interloper, which featured the voice of a comatose man lying in intensive care.
Russell tells his story from the viewpoints of an interloper, Cameron Barnes, a 46-year-old landscape architect with AIDS, and a local, Jesse Vanderhof, a 19-year-old manual laborer dominated by his older brother, Kyle.
11sec posted the fastest time in the semis, while Interloper got up late to win in 30.
COMEDIAN Graham Norton's performance at a charity comedy show was hijacked by a hook handed interloper last night.
Kia regards her as a bit of an interloper at the minute but I will get them together.
But newlyweds Justin and Rebecca Garnett were delighted when one interloper wandered into camera-shot in the evening sun
Undaunted by those who considered him an interloper who had unseated the company's founding family, Angelini simply went to work.
And to charm the human interloper in its high-country home.
Keepers had even tossed tomatoes to shake the interloper loose.
I love this man and want our marriage to work but I can't help feeling a bit of an interloper.
At other times the signature seems to be dropped in casually rather than fully integrated into the composition--an absurd interloper in work with its own independent presence.
Emerging from her bedroom, Hansen confronted the interloper, a 14-year-old youth who lived in the neighborhood and had done yard work for Hansen's landlord.