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  • Lewis Carroll's quote "Life, what is it but a dream" tops off the program notes, and true to its billing a mixed-up, jumbly dream quality governs Taylor's design principle (richly supported by Santo Loquasto's Breughel-inspired costumes and Jennifer Tipton's lighting).

    Sarah Kaufman reviews Paul Taylor's 'Phantasmagoria'

  • “We got a carrot-wheatgrass special today, with a shot of jumbly juice if you want an extra kick.”

    The Three Furies

  • She tosses all the stuff back into her purse, a great big new jumbly personal object party.

    The Fortunes of Indigo Skye

  • Better to produce a mist and miasma of jumbly words, and sentences that do not hold.

    Sotomayor Hearing Escapes Gravity

  • He founded a black artists 'group called Spiral and began to make small, jumbly collages of black city life from newspaper and magazine photographs.

    Unsentimental Journey

  • "Great Village" is a misnomer: there is nothing at all in the place except a jumbly general store whose proprietor sold me a picture of Bishop's home as it looked when she lived there.

    Nova Scotia, Mon Amour

  • He was big chunky whyte boi wf teh jumbly blak patches – an teh itty bitty gurlie pinkie feets!

    I haz no idea - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • The intercuts between subjects in this big, sprawling, jumbly book can be hard to follow, but Richard Nelson Current -- a pioneering historian who devoted a lifetime to re-examining the myths of Reconstruction -- makes up for that shortcoming by offering a richness of detail and human dimension missing from the stereotypes of rapacious carpetbaggers.

    Five Best

  • I could hear EVERYTHING, and it was all loud and jumbly in my head, and it was soooooooo coooooooold.

    elephants Diary Entry

  • How are things so jumbly and weird right now when they were feeling relatively normal just a few minutes ago?

    Fantasy on fire

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