Laura rails against "the psychology articles and experts working feverishly
to exorcise the world of guilt," because guilt is "a good emotional sign that something is wrong.
The climax of the film, and the Cockettes' career, was their disastrous New York theatrical debut, a feverishly
anticipated event brought about by a rave from Rex Reed, who, unfortunately, doesn't appear in the film.
The authors' aim, detailed in the latter part of their book after their feverishly
frenzied attack on humanism, is to harness conservative churches and pastors (a well-chosen simile) to a political movement to restrict abortion rights, reinstate public school prayer, get fundamentalist creationism into public school science classes, institute vouchers for sectarian and other private schools, clamp down on gays and lesbians, and impose religious tests for political office.
At a time when many South African artists feverishly
try to escape or forget their history, Hassan's art is raw material that will preserve and help to reconstruct South Africa's history in the present and for future generations.
Theyre all here, plus a multitude of others in a dense yet highly accessible tome of some 400 pages that feverishly
examines the endless links among music, politics, history, literature, visual art, philosophy, religion, and social/cultural reality over the past five decades.
Rescuers lowered a hose to a survivor whose legs were trapped beneath concrete slabs, helping him to breathe as they worked feverishly
to cut through twisted metal to free him.
Elsewhere McDougall warned of "the diabolical forces of moral corruption working feverishly
, behind closed doors.
Women and men together, priests and laypeople all dispersed around the city and worked feverishly
to rebuild the wall, listening all the time for the trumpet call that would tell them to drop their work and run to join in a battle.
Celtic caretaker boss Davie Hay is working feverishly
to ensure the club's new regime know their signing options when they move in.
Ironically, you were first to think of this idea, months ago, and since then your programmers have been feverishly
working on it.
After accidentally killing Sara, Jimson works feverishly
in a vain attempt to finish a final masterwork before the police come to arrest him.
Being "in" nowadays is a condition that must be constantly and feverishly
maintained and can depend upon such unexpected attributes as knowing a Black Panther yesterday or being an aficionado ofthe "Mary Tyler Moore Show" today (don't rely on this one-it's already stale).