Do ye see this dent, sir --removing his hat, and brushing aside his hair, and exposing a bowl-like cavity in his skull, but which bore not the slightest scarry
trace, or any token of ever having been a wound -- Well, the captain there will tell you how that came here; he knows.
Witness Stuart Scarry
, 54, was taking photos ofWreckin' Ball, a Bruce Springsteen tribute band who had just finished their set in nearby pub The Star, when the crash happened at around 10pm.
, the reporter, tweeted, "Hill staffer sent me this pic of Ocasio-Cortez they took just now.
DeAno and Laura Lee Scarry
-- who represent the city and Jensen in a lawsuit filed by Clements' family -- didn't respond to a request for comment.
"The absence of pain is a presence of world; the presence of pain is the absence of world," Elaine Scarry
tells us in The Body in Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World (1985).
This technique, he wrote, was his "attempt to enact Elaine Scarry
's notion of torture as unmaking on the level of syntax and narrative.
Fourteen years compressed into two heavily-revised paragraphs." A few pages later, after informing his characters that they are, in fact, fictional, Pappalardo describes Cowboy's reaction as "a dark and serious look, the dead-eyed stare of a Richard Scarry
cat piloting a tugboat." Such references are fresh, if esoterically resonant.
CK Advertising (formerly Moore & Scarry
Advertising) is the automotive retail industry's Original TraDigital Agency[R].
For her contribution, fellow Swiss native Olympia Scarry
took an original 1920s geometric glass structure and reoriented it above the entrance.
A modern-day Richard Scarry
, Dubuc allows readers to glimpse inside the interiors of animals' homes, each overflowing with objects, many of which will be unfamiliar to some readers, and delightful characters from a variety of species.
Wittgenstein, Cavell, and Scarry
: shared language, private pain
When I was a young child I loved Richard Scarry
and Dr Seuss.