Definitions for "Quicksand"
Keywords:  sink, sand, loose, mire, liquefaction
Sand easily moved or readily yielding to pressure; especially, a deep mass of loose or moving sand mixed with water, sometimes found at the mouth of a river or along some coasts, and very dangerous, from the difficulty of extricating a person who begins sinking into it.
Static liquefaction. The upward pore water pressure is equal to the total vertical stress.
a pit filled with loose wet sand into which objects are sucked down
Keywords:  song, vandellas, hunky, bowie, dory
"Quicksand" is a song written by David Bowie in 1971 for the album Hunky Dory.
"Quicksand" is a 1963 soul single by Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. Built almost under the same gospel-inspired delivery of their previous hit "(Love is Like a) Heat Wave", this time lead singer Martha Reeves explains how her loved one brings her "closer" to him explaining that his love was like "quicksand". Released in October of 1963, the song became another Top Ten hit for Martha & the Vandellas eventually reaching #8.
Quicksand is a 1950 film starring Mickey Rooney. The black-and-white thriller tells the story of a young man who "borrows" $20 from a cash register to go on a date with a blonde. He finds himself involved in an escalating series of crimes, each caused by a misguided attempt to escape the consequences of his former crimes.
Quicksand is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. Her first appearance was in Thor (1st series) #392.
Quicksand were one of the most influential New York post-hardcore bands of the early to mid-90's, led by Gorilla Biscuits mastermind/guitarist Walter Schreifels. Quicksand provided the blueprint for many bands to follow in their footsteps. British bands such as Hundred Reasons and Hell Is for Heroes are two such artists who take their cues from this band.
Tanizaki Junichiro that was written in serial format between 1928 and 1930 for a publication called Kaizo.
Keywords:  asl, browser
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a treacherous situation that tends to entrap and destroy