A Jewish scholar or teacher, esp. onewho studies or teaches Jewish law
1931 film adaptation of H. G. Wells novel starring Claude Rains in manic performance as the title character.
Art movement characterized by a rejection of traditional lines of perspective and non-representative portrayals of the human form popularized by Picasso.
Someone who claims to possess the power to read minds or foretell the future.
To swing one's arms about wildly.
Daytime serial dramatic television shows shot on video featuring melodramatic situations long-term storylines.
Summing or inviting someone to take part.
A drumming, pounding, throbbing sensation.
Reverted or relapsed into a former state.
The practice of burning a corpse as a substitute for burial.
Unrestrainted, spontaneous and instinctive.
Flexible; elastic; capable of being molded into shape as needed.
A small glass for drinking alcohol with no handles on the sides.
Faint and almost imperceptible.
Having prominent facial bone structure that gives the cheeks, chin and jaw starkly defined lines.
The remains of a dead animal.
Dummy used to display clothes inside retail stores.
Referencing Rainier Maria Rilke, much admired and highly influential German-language poet.
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