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|A suave high school drama coach is at the bottom of fourteen-year-old Debbie's withering relationships with her older sister, her best friend, and short, witty Murray, whose friendship had been very special to her.|
|SEEM. There is a song from the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta H.M.S. Pinafore |
entitled "Things Are Seldom What They Seem." It would be an appropriate theme
song for the American Film Institute and its much vaunted preservation program.
|THINGS ARE SELDOM WHAT THEY SEEM It is an important and popularfact that |
things are not always what they seem. For instance, on the planet Earth, man had
always assumed that he was more intelligent than dolphins because he had ...
|Never neglect the little things of life. 1954 VLADIMIR: Never neglect the little |
things of life. (p. 8a) Beckett, Samuel. Waiting for Godot: A Tragicomedy in Two
Acts. New York: Grove Press, 1954. Things are seldom (not always) what they
|Things. are seldom what they seem. Parents of small children can attest to this. |
It's when the kids get very quiet and you think all is well that you have something
to worry about. Probably there isn't a parent reading this who has not, in one of ...
|There is seldom any good reason to make things more complicated than that. |
These are seldom objects of sympathy. They seldom or never gambled. Things
are seldom what they seem. This is seldom talked about phenomenon.
|Chapter Nine Things are seldom what they seem, S/eim mil/e masquerades as |
cream; Highlows pass as patent leathers; jac/edaws strut in peacoc/es ' feathers.
Very true, So they do. —William Gilbert, 1836—1911, The Pirates of Penzance ...