rawboned


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rawboned

(rô′bōnd′)
adj.
Having a lean, gaunt frame with prominent bones.
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Parkin, the rawboned 22-yearold, was described by Ryder Cupwinning captain Montgomerie as the best amateur player he had ever seen
A rawboned skinny boy with a big scab on his nose and sparkling blue eyes.
After joining Johnston in 1999 as a rawboned 15-year-old (he weighed little more than 6st 7lb at the time), Dalgleish rose swiftly up the ranks of his chosen profession.
When Mark Rawboned, Formby Hall's previous Director of Golf, invited him to become manager of the professional's shop he was glad to have the chance of moving to Formby Hall.
A film about the body in the landscape and the landscape of the body, it stares with naturalistic detachment at the brutish bouts of sex between a rawboned factory worker and her boyfriend and endows a seemingly unmotivated Scope close-up of a man's swimsuit-clad crotch with potent, appalling mystery.
Amenable Delora palled on awed Edin's red, rawboned, unsung, reknarred lode-looters ere vernal lad Allan Revere's renaered new Eros-derider, snide red Nels, 'Not a fetor
Her rich contralto, with both range and depth, is unwavering throughout this sometimes rawboned story.
Here, that's the point, since the movie is based on the rawboned stories of Mississippi storyteller Larry Brown, of whom writer-director-star Howard is clearly enamored.
Thus, tech credits are top shelf, supported by Dawn Okada's facile widescreen photography on picturesque Canadian and Mexican locations, the rawboned production design of Herman Pinter and a strapping orchestral score by former Yes guitarist Trevor Rabin that atones for his compromised and heavy-handed work on Warners floppola "American Outlaws" -- opposite which delayed oater was most recently set to bow last April.