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  • noun Alternative form of mechanicalness.


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  • Let's set aside the fact that the raw mechanicality of the making of

  • The evident mechanicality of the Model T becomes the organic envelope of the Chrysler Airflow and turns into the crisp minimalism of the first Range Rover.

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  • Fueled by the desire to make ends meet for his family, composed of his mother (Cherry Pie Picache), a manicurist who caught the fancy of a transient American, his elder brother (Joem Bascon), whose legs have been rendered useless by a previous accident, and his younger sister, an able student who is unknowingly going blind because of an undetected diabetes, he at first does his job with the mechanicality of an unaffected employee, before events at home start to compound for him to treat his subject with the zeal that it suggestively deserves.



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