Iconic characters like Marlowe, Spenser, and James Bond make up the patchwork of our modern day folklore.
The patchwork—and entirely political—division of West Bank territory into Areas A, B and C lies at the very root of the problem.
A patchwork of building shells and cratered streets, the city tells of a cyclical war, still smoldering.
But because of them, Bank of America was always a patchwork of other firms.
He adds, “Performances are often a patchwork of many takes, but in all the central songs you saw it was only one take.”
A glass cat is a useless sort of thing, but a patchwork Girl is really useful.
Our pledge was not merely to do a patchwork job with secondhand materials.
The "Young Man's Ramble" was patchwork of a most intricate design, in which it seemed that one might ramble about fruitlessly.
He stripped to his underclothes and turned in under the patchwork comforters.
It was, to a considerable extent, a patchwork of compromises, and many doubted its being ratified by a majority of the states.