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Of course, some Internet stocks are priced more wackily than others.
This new face, which belongs to no character in the film, is benign, though wackily out of proportion.
The humor could be either wackily broad or subtly irreverent.
He attacked serious matters in a wackily subversive way.
Her pixie cut remains, but she has become intriguingly if at times wackily independent.
These are more than wackily ingenious household hints.
Action focuses on the triangular atrium and the wackily decorated alcoves around it.
Although as wackily surreal as her earlier work, "Eggshells" is less strident.
Clark's life isn't as wackily dissolute as his hero's.
You can find number crunchers easily and wackily charismatic ad men, but to find that combination is really hard."
Jean-Paul Gaultier mixed wit with a wealth of ideas, wackily accessorized.
A little farther north on River Road is Point Pleasant, also an attractive town but with a very different, wackily commercial character.
Isabel was, for all her tough-minded independence, somewhat wackily superstitious, and not just when it came to Gypsy queens.
The wackily baroque, make-believe world of Los Angeles is not alien to Ms. Greenfield.
Then there's the social commentary implied by the wackily severe anecdotes that Billy's fellow normals deal out like so many hands of gin rummy.
Though the audience is persuaded to care about the characters in "Fargo," they also laugh at the wackily violent mishaps that befall those characters.
The machinery somewhat shakily in place, Mr. Allen sets the plot in motion and keeps it spinning wackily.
Wandering wackily into its own peculiar atmosphere, "Hard Knocks" contains decidedly encouraging signs of being that rare bird in sitcom land: something truly different.
Wackily shaped mirrors and yards of velvet give Keith Famie's new brasserie a distinctive personality, as does the noisy, well-heeled crowd.
Hitting the deck most wackily are Billy, a stowaway stock broker, mistaken for a gangster, and Moonface Martin, a real "public enemy."
Fiona Duncan heads to the glitzy, wackily decorated Hoste Arms in Burnham Market, Norfolk.
The show - which started small, downtown, and under a slightly different name 11 years ago - has for some reason always operated on a wackily tight schedule: up fast, down fast, gone.
Ubac's three photographs of mannequins garbed by other artists, including a nude anointed by Masson with a birdcage over her head, are Surrealism at its most wackily elegant.
While his constant harping on truth and beauty seems wackily pre-Raphaelite, his sturm und drang about self-expression and gut reaction seems more Abstract Expressionist machismo.
Ms. Holland (whose wackily overwrought film about Rimbaud, "Total Eclipse," opened yesterday) has an unexpectedly strong feel for this shadowy atmosphere, with nighttime scenes shot in warm reddish tones.