(1) Black and white and live, it flashed across the night sky like the lightening which doth cease to be before one says it lightens.
(2) 'One woe doth tread upon another's heel, So fast they follow ".
(3) Or as Christ put it, "What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his soul?"
(4) "The right honourable lady doth screech too much," crows another politician.
(5) The lady doth protest too much, methinks ,” it said.
(6) But, game point up, Nadal misses an easy forehand, the kind of thing that the cosmos was once organised to prevent, and a long rally doth ensue - ended by a signature Nadal forehand!
(7) Increasingly desperate attempts by the chief executive of Shell to dismiss the need to leave fossil fuels in the ground, giving him the awkward economic problem of so-called “stranded assets”, is the definition of someone who doth protest too much.
(8) Uber loses right to classify UK drivers as self-employed Read more Reflecting on the [Uber] case, and on the grimly loyal evidence of Ms Bertram in particular, we cannot help being reminded of Queen Gertrude’s most celebrated line: ‘The lady doth protest too much, methinks’.
(9) We know that Commissioner Goodell has consistently acted like the lady who doth protest too much, making a production of punishing high-impact hits, despite evidence that what contributes most to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) are sub-concussive hits – akin to driving into a wall at 35mph – that occur along the line of scrimmage, on every down of every game.
(10) "B loody thou art, bloody will be thy end; Shame serves thy life and doth thy death attend."
(n.) One of an ancient Teutonic race, who dwelt between the Elbe and the Vistula in the early part of the Christian era, and who overran and took an important part in subverting the Roman empire.
(n.) One who is rude or uncivilized; a barbarian; a rude, ignorant person.
(1) Lisbeth Salander is a violent and emotionally uncommunicative tattooed and much-pierced goth who grew up in care, and has had serious mental health issues.
(2) Sorrentino, who won the best foreign language film Oscar for The Great Beauty, has worked with English-speaking actors before, having cast Sean Penn in his goth-rocker road movie This Must Be the Place , which was selected for the Cannes film festival.
(3) Megan Carpentier: I hoard SPF 70 like liquid gold I’m white even by the standards of white people: not only did I earn the nickname Caspar growing up (long before I went goth, thanks for asking), but in the summer of 1998, which I spent studying in Munich, three random Germans stopped me on the streets over July and August to ask if I was feeling okay because I was so pale.
(4) Results of a recent study (FRITSCH and GOTHE 1979) have lent support to the hypothesis that immunosuppression can be induced by an inhibition of antigen processing by macrophages through a membrane-stabilizing effect of the chemicals under investigation.
(5) With bands such as the Banshees and the Bunnymen opting for lavish orchestrations, Bush now seemed less like a throwback to pre-punk times and more like a sort of posh auntie to the goths.
(6) Snow, one of the 280 SuicideGirls, explained the scene to the Boston Globe : "There's punk, goth, alternative - everyone is involved in music and arts.
(7) Following that came the superior Tommy Heavenly6, for which she adopted a goth-lite style and made rollicking 90s-style alt-rock.
(8) She looks pale and withdrawn; the only evidence that she's Charli XCX , spiky goth-pop starlet, are the six-inch platform Buffalo trainers hanging from her feet.
(9) As well as offering thousands of looks that could transform a suited dandy into a health goth and back again, there are also boutiques in the basement that will bleach your hair, wax your bottom, even pierce and tattoo you if you wish.
(10) The This Must Be the Place award for potentially dubious goth-rocker act In 2011, Sean Penn's Robert Smith-alike in the Paulo Sorrentino drama got tongues wagging and heads shaking.
(11) Even those pantomime granddad goths, Black Sabbath, got their first number one album after 46 years .
(12) Even today, Smith bristles slightly at the term "goth", not because he dislikes the term, but because "it's only people that aren't goths that think the Cure are a goth band … we were like a raincoat, shoegazing band when goth was picking up."
(13) Looks a little groovier than her responsibilities might suggest: partial to uniformly black, goth-ish attire, and red patent boots.
(14) "When I started writing with her," Green says, "I realised there was something almost goth about her … There's something kind of haunted or grave about her delivery."
(15) Eternal Cannes bridesmaid Pedro Almodóvar, too, went home empty handed for The Skin I Live In, as did Paulo Sorrentino's goth-odyssey This Must Be The Place, which had been tipped to win an acting award for Sean Penn as a washed up rocker.
(16) Betty Harris, rather half-heartedly dressed as Mary Wollstonecraft in a modest outfit from M&S (I think of Wollstonecraft as more of a goth), said: "This is the problem in a nutshell – when I looked up Mary Wollstonecraft in a dictionary, it said: 'See under Godwin.'"
(17) The Animentals range from the depressed Goth penguin Pingoth to the highly unstable Furball.
(18) Our neighbouring north London branch, Gothic Valley , is the WI's first goth group, though you don't have to be a goth to join.
(19) This Must Be The Place (2011) starred Sean Penn as an ageing Goth rocker and met with a lukewarm reception.
(20) At 15 he became a goth for pragmatic reasons – he had a series of goth girlfriends.