OUTSIDE the store noise is muffled
although I know the city centre is busy and there are lots of people around, I'm aware of feeling isolated and cut off.
Mercator lived in 16th century Europe, when wear threatened the land and the Inquisition muffled
creativity and science.
Paintings such as Standardgraph/3, 2003, have the quality of a muffled
echo, since the foremost plane of the picture appears like a vibration cast forward from the receding field behind the grid.
There are many of us in the Muslim world who are the most compassionate, tolerant and humane people, but somehow extremists have muffled
our voices, and we are often perceived badly in other cultures.
With murky lighting here, muffled
sound there, and occasional sloppy editing, the aesthetic of the punk community's "DIY" (Do it Yourself) philosophy is evident throughout the film.
Weidenmuller, and to explain the gradually revealed site as it looked in the second half of the nineteenth century (the latter with perspectives showing respectably muffled
Victorian tourists visiting the ruins under the hot sun of the Mezzogiorno).
If any in the overflow audience at the April 24 Ritz Carlton event had doubts, they were muffled
by thunderous applause as Pataki told the assembled luncheon audience what they came to hear.
Tomorrow there will be a muffled
peal of St Paul's 12 ringing bells, in the North-West Tower, for four hours.
At Ripon, Original Spin (3.55) and Muffled
(5.00) hold excellent chances in their respective races.
The patient was alert but appeared toxic and had inspiratory stridor and a muffled
The ribbets sound muffled
, like someone trying to shout through a gag.
the scandals that began to emerge: the theft of the Carter briefing book for the presidential debates, the C.I.A.'S crimes in Nicaragua, Irangate.