BEIRUT: The professor stands maniacally
behind a test-tube of angry red liquid.
Call me childish but I did this grinning maniacally
for about five minutes before nailing the little flashing square dot, which had been there all the time.
Readers who are maniacally
introspective understand the "panorama of people" I'm describing and probably have their own panorama of people to recollect.
He's an absolutely meticulous, almost maniacally
concentrated, focused, brilliant, adaptable colleague.
Consider this fact: Many string-bean employees stay that way because they maniacally
exercise on their lunch breaks.
As Starsky, Stiller is maniacally
devoted to his job while cheesy Hutch (Wilson), is only interested in making a quick buck.
The Clinton administration was almost maniacally
focused on spreading the Internet, succeeding, among other achievements, in getting most of the nation's schools and libraries wired.
President:" she says, "Well, I don't desire your superstar badge of bravery / For enduring modern-day slavery / In your maniacally
economically-driven death trap.
they declared maniacally
as he approached each town.
I do have to say that Rimensnyder's line, "Indeed, her eyes fairly dance when she's challenged--though somewhat maniacally
, as if she were reaching for her machete;' cracked me up.
Unless your mind has been completely shut down by our maniacally
success-driven culture, you can't help but recognize your own ordeals in this alien creature, Cronenberg's most compassionately treated character since the doomed Mantle brothers in Dead Ringers.
they were swigging vodka and coke from a plastic bottle opposite our unlikely hero.