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monstrosity

 [mon-stros´ĭ-te]
1. great congenital deformity; see monster.
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Finally, part five--titled "Peek-a-Boo: Future Monstrosities and Beyond"--considers issues of historicity.
comic book featuring his web comic characters, the Monstrosities.
In time these monstrosities will blend with the countryside and be loved.
It''''s about the lovely buildings that were allowed to be demolished and replaced with soulless monstrosities. Not just in Kirklees, many other places did the same Carol Hawkins How on earth was that beautiful building allowed to be demolished?
It's really about these monstrosities. They are monstrosities that will destroy the beauty of Scotland."
Where Adrian Jones' charge might just stick is when you compare those wonderful creations of the Victorian era with the modern monstrosities that are the International Sports Village and the grotesque division between Bay and Butetown of Lloyd George Avenue.
However, I must admit the other works ongoing on Redcar seafront are quite impressive, spoilt by these monstrosities.
In a volume that is intended to be both geo-historically and theoretically exemplary of the contemporary breadth of the field (rather than encyclopedic), Mittman (art and art history, California State U.) and Dendle (English, Pennsylvania State U.), present 18 papers that explore monsters and monstrosities in human culture, with the exact understanding of what defines monstrous left up to the particular contributor.
"But I disagree that it's similar to something I do as a day job, I definitely don't sell monstrosities like that, well I'd like to hope not!" She added: "I'm confident in my sales ability and I can't believe that's what sent me home."
But I do disagree that it's similar to something I do as a day job, I definitely don't sell monstrosities like that."
THERE have been many reports and letters in your paper regarding the installation of these unsightly monstrosities both on land and off the North Wales coastline.
R Carlson and also the first publication of new imprint Monstrosities Books.