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  • s  mentally sluggish

  • Knight attains a lumpish sweetness but does not sentimentalize her character as a victim.
  • Their influence plays on Twombly's earliest paintings of the 1950s, with their lumpish glandular forms, the movement of the paint slowed up by mixing it with earth but then .
  • The Rounders is an amiable knuckle-headed western about two lumpish modern cowpokes and their love-hate relationship with an obstreperous horse.

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