door pandemonium one?

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door pandemonium one?

Post by pdh0224 » Sun Oct 03, 2004 6:57 am

Dear teacher,

Those seams, with their frequent insertions of lace or chiffon, suggested not only anatomy but also the modern ideal of speed and unrestricted movement. In the late 80's, when Mr. Beene's shows at the Pierre Hotel stirred the kind of door pandemonium one usually saw only in Paris for a Gaultier or a Montana, his clothes, though still light, demonstrated a certain showmanship. "Those late 80's dresses were like glorious flowers with secret layers and collages," Ms. Collins said.

Q : what does "door pandemonium one" mean?

"kind of" is just modifier for "door pandemonium one" isn't it?

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Post by EC » Tue Oct 12, 2004 1:13 am

Does it make more sense to you if we insert that?

door pandemonium that one...

The one is a pronoun meaning people in general, as in:

Where can one find a taxi?


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