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Lilac is a light purple shade that adds a dash of fairylike whimsy to your day.
Rauch has worked perhaps overly hard for the magic in this show, setting it in a mythical, fantastic ruin, and - oops - giving a bunch of the characters fairylike ears that the costume department apparently bought at a Star Trek garage sale.
Dimitar, Fairylike and He's Got Rhythm have between them run 60 times at Ireland's only all-weather course and each has two wins on the scoresheet, including over tonight's trip.
Thirty-five years later, he admired her art with the same convictions, and declared that her poems "gave a soul and a voice to a desperate enchantment; alone, they awoken feminine emotions of thousand years, not from life, but from a fairylike dimension apparently freed from it, but which comes together in love and in nostalgia.
Her inclusion of shape-shifters (as the discussion of fairylike little people by Lisa Philips and Allan K.
Dunia will play more than one character in the fairylike drama that is also the first 3D Arabic drama to be made.
First, Tibet is claimed to preserve "the fairylike, gorgeous scenery" (335); or "No scenery on earth can rival this in magnificent beauty" (333).
He should confirm form with DEAREST and prove superior to Aidan O'brien's filly FAIRYLIKE.
It is a fairylike place to which both women and men may resort to enjoy cards, music, tea or coffee or gossip.
Towns and villages were frosted and fairylike, Christmas cards come to life, their snowbound cemeteries colourless except for the winking here and there of a newlyplaced wreath.
Towns and villages were frosted and fairylike Christmas cards come to life, their snowbound cemeteries colourless except for a newly-placed wreath.
Slight, perfect little figures, they seemed almost fairylike when they sailed over the waving arms of the audience on a swing to play to adoring fans.
Dragonflies, with their gemstone-colored bodies, fairylike wings and cute faces, have lots of enthusiasts.
But all beautiful and fairylike as was Ethel Villiers, in tracing her fortunes, it is necessary to descend from such altitudes, to employ terms of vulgar use, and to describe scenes of common-place and debasing interest; so that, if she herself, in her youth and feminine tenderness, does not shed light and holiness around her, we shall grope darkling, and fail utterly in the scope which we proposed to ourselves in selecting her history for the entertainment of the reader.
It was not "a program of events exactly, but just a general take-off of things funny, fairylike, wild, real and unreal--I've forgotten some of the stories or incidents, as the Demon's pipe, the frost pane, Railroad to Heaven, etc.