pattern with or without smooth peritoneal enhancement (Fig 1A) was the most commonly seen pattern in 14 (66%) patients.
Its characters break up and turn into drifting slightly smudgy
It is the big monster in every poet's smudgy
window with its nose pressed to the glass looking in at him or her, and he doesn't know whether to hide, keep his face averted, or what the hell to dosomehow he or she thinks you cannot go up to that window and look that ugly face in the eyes.
And its narrow columns, smudgy
type and one-column headlines with numerous subheads gave the Dispatch the appearance of a newspaper lifted out of the 1890s.
The Book contains nine Start Sketching pencils in assorted degrees, from a soft, smudgy
6B to a smooth, crisp 2H.
Now, how do you vacuum the music off those clumsy, smudgy
, music CDs and shake it into MP3 format?
These days, Latino papers as a whole resemble La Opinion far more than the smudgy
, amateurish sheets you can still find in mostly ignored stacks in the restaurants and grocery stores of neighborhoods like Miami's Little Havana or Chicago's La Villita.
With his smudgy
eyeliner and eye-rolling delivery, he sounds like Tommy Cooper and looks like Eighties rocker Zodiac Mindwarp.
I use my mouse to turn the pages, rather than my fingers, which keeps the smudgy
fingerprints off my screen.
The stumbling block to beaming live racing round the web, and tickling the wallets of the world's punters, has always been the poor quality of streamed video via standard 56k modems, which reduces races to a handful of smudgy
snapshots, almost in the French Impressionist style.
Consider the ease with which people see life forms in the smudgy
blots of a Rorschach inkblot test and name and talk to cars, computers, and other valued possessions.
Certainly not through our school history book, with a smudgy
postage stamp, second-hand illustration of that mysterious portrait of Henry V with a droopy, dopey lower lip and no apparent back to his head.