Kelly hanged herself in her bedroom Nov. 8, scrawling the date of the alleged sexual contact, Sept. 26, on her wall.
The coffee chain is encouraging Beltway insiders to cut a fiscal-cliff deal by scrawling the phrase “come together” on cups.
For Szabo, 32, already a mother to three young boys, scrawling the message marked a breaking point.
And scrawling across the copy a single hasty word in pencil, he thrust it into a wire box.
Arranging them carefully, he scanned the scrawling writing on them.
The same kind of scrawling occurs often in the shade of Raffaelle.
The writing was an unfamiliar hand, scrawling and hardly legible.
The latter are done in a scrawling, uncertain hand, just such penmanship one would execute when blindfolded.
He had stopped his scrawling and was listening with a sly interest.
He had been scrawling meaningless curlycues on a piece of paper as Ed Meyers talked.
1610s, "write or draw untidily," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Middle English scrawlen "spread out the limbs, sprawl" (early 15c.), which possibly is an alteration of sprawlen (see sprawl (v.)) or crawl (v.). Related: Scrawled; scrawling. The noun is recorded from 1690s, from the verb. Meaning "bad handwriting" is from 1710.