You have some surface similarities to Richard Morris, the misanthrope at the center of perforated Heart.
The absinthe is served without a fountain of ice-water, no perforated spoon, no sugar cube.
Malpeso remains in critical condition in a hospital in Rome after undergoing emergency surgery for a perforated lung.
perforated Heart is a meditation on memory, identity, and the fleeting nature of fame.
Next to it, a car was perforated with bullet holes like a makeshift sieve.
The four outside curves are perforated with a darning-needle.
His body had been perforated by a ball from a revolver, in the hands of Mr. Hedge.
Such amulets were perforated and worn as beads, and were placed loosely in the coffins with the mummies.
Like nearly all the other objects, every pearl is perforated for suspension.
Shell thin walled, with smooth surface, without crests and dimples, perforated by pores of very different sizes.
Pierced with one or more holes.
perforate per·fo·rate (pûr'fə-rāt')
v. per·fo·rat·ed, per·fo·rat·ing, per·fo·rates
To make a hole or holes in, as from injury, disease, or medical procedure.
To pass into or through (a body structure or tissue).