In an entry dated 12/25/48, at the age of fifteen, she writes: "just as I was once terrifyingly and neurotically
religious and thought that one day I should become a Catholic, so now I feel that I have lesbian tendencies (how reluctantly I write this).
PESSIMISM about the future prospects of Indonesia is dominant throughout the book and it is heightened by the fact that in the political arena there is nothing resembling the CPP leadership of the Gold Coast: the country demanded an organization but Sutan Sjahrir, the first Prime Minister of Indonesia, did not seem to grasp the urgency with which the population called for change and action (Color Curtain, 111); such a restlessness could slide out of the hands of political leaders if not channelled into a clear path toward modernization: "Deprived of historical perspective, feeling his 'racial' world broken, the new Asian makes a cult of action, of dynamism, to fill the void that is his; hence, motives for action are neurotically
sought for" (Color Curtain, 192-3).
The contemporary craving for material possessions has grown exponentially, and the stronger the craving, the deeper the alienation and the more neurotically
restless we find ourselves.
Cumbersome and uncomfortable, this is a score overladen with the composer's neurotically
obsessive instructions to any conductor daring to follow in his own footsteps, but thankfully here Jac van Steen, inspiring immense confidence in his gifted young charges, rose to the challenge with calm authority.
not speaking out, and simply letting the water lap higher and higher, prohibitions of thought, word, and deed neurotically
worsening, and provoking little resistance.
The producer here is the neurotically
inhibited "soldier-never-to-be" or "Toy Soldier" (2007), whose original role model is the neurotically
inhibited girl unable to graduate to family and motherhood.
Antler concludes that the Jewish mother--seen as "(e)xcessive, overprotective, neurotically
anxious, and ever present"--became, over the years,
To slough it off; to conceal rather than to reveal it, whilst pretending instead to do the opposite: as if to promote ourselves by saying that we were 'not' neurotically
inimical to the real of nature and the life it gives, but rather, leading in fact the 'right' kind of life, one in indubitable accordance with the moral law of the most Sovereign idea, or with the one true God, the God of the Good--raining divine will from superior 'aboves' which are really only of our own construction.
The vehicle itself keeps breaking down, and its driver, a cockfight operator named Kako (Allah Morad Rashtiani, who played the most rock star-like brother in the similarly themed "Marooned in Iraq'), is neurotically
apologetic to an irritating degree.
Carlyle's wild, savage, vivid, panoramic history of The French Revolution (1837), written in the present tense for dramatic effect and highlighting the roles of women and the sans culottes, neurotically
kept the memory of the events of the late eighteenth century alive and provided pointed warnings for the Victorian age.
We are so determined to minimise the risk of cross infection that we have become almost neurotically
She told how her family would buy ice for 25 cents from the ice man who came by daily, and of the neighbor who would neurotically
patrol the boarding house, watching as the water dripped through the floorboards from the melting ice and muttering to herself, "Wasted money .