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964 · Pre-Exhibition Fête
A deep purplish red. Also the name of a wine that is produced in the Bordeaux region of France.
Fuller's earth is any non-plastic clay or claylike earthy material that can be used to decolorize, filter, and purify animal, mineral, and vegetable oils and greases. Wikipedia
having toes that point inward, like this: / \
a molecule that stimulates immune response
the trotting of a horse in one place with raised legs
the muscles that move the hip
a figure from Roman mythology
or, more correctly, Frankenstein's monster
who is clearly not narrating anymore, unless he is speaking of himself in the third person
a bony lump on the side of the ankle
Joni Mitchell (born Roberta Joan Anderson in 1943) is a Canadian-American singer-songwriter.
in the manner of an innocent young woman
referring to a poison produced by certain fish
another name for Marie's ataxia
the student-teaching portion of a teaching education
incapable of being avoided
in this sense, not an apology but a defense
imitating one's self
The Brother's Karamazov, a novel by Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky (1821-1881), Russian novelist
Ivan's Grand Inquisitor scenario
Read this portion here.
a complex of nerves in the abdomen
very small grains of rock or sand
smoky or sooty
an actor who is bad by virtue of over-acting
972 · Final Chapter
a prayer of confession of sins
"...look down her shirt and spell attic..."
and thus saying, "A-T-T-I-C" or "a titty I see"
the control on a television that prevents the picture from rolling bottom to top
a type of shoe, see here
a famous brand of bourbon whiskey
Smith & Wesson
IUs are international units, which converts to metric depending on the substance.
a type of missile
a drug that acts against an agonist, i.e., a drug that stimulates a certain receptor
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Linda Louise, Lady McCartney (1941-1998) was an American photographer and wife of Beatle Paul McCartney (born 1943).
a synethetic opioid painkiller
pre-menstrual syndrome and/or painful periods
an injection intended to kill
with a pharmaceutical as part of the name, it means it contains pentazocine
a little song
"...the one about ultraviolence and sadism."
Gately is thinking of Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange