2017年7月26日 星期三

soapbox, own up, double bill, nerve shredding

 a nerve shredding double bill of Jaws and Deliverance




Meryl Streep as Flora in Tennessee Williams's "27 Wagons Full of Cotton," a part played by Maureen Stapleton in 1955. Streep played this role--winning her only Tony nomination--in a double bill with Arthur Miller's "A Memory of Two Mondays," in 1976. Directed by Arvin Brown, this was a production of the Phoenix Theatre.


“If he wasn’t famous, you wouldn’t spend one minute listening. This would be a crazy person in the park that stands on a soapbox and you’d walk in the other direction.”

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Own up to envy


PHILOSOPHY - Nietzsche

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double bill 

Pronunciation:


NOUN

A programme of entertainment with two main items:a double bill of horror movies





soapbox 

Pronunciation: /ˈsəʊpbɒks/ 



NOUN

1A box or crate used as a makeshift stand by a public speaker:[AS MODIFIER]: a soapbox orator
1.1Used with reference to a situation in which someone expresses strong opinions about a particular subject:I do tend to get up on my soapbox about this issue





own up






Admit to having done something wrong or embarrassing:he owns up to few mistakes
More example sentences
  • That was to his credit, as many people did the opposite and people should be encouraged to own up for their wrong doings.
  • Both, understandably, want to talk about where they go from here, but they have to own up to what went wrong.
  • He figured out what was wrong and owned up to his mistake.

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