Tucked into APHA's Public Health Expo in San Diego last fall, 20 people talked animatedly
around a long table.
We first stopped at a local store, where my Friend visited animatedly
with the proprietor and several customers.
It's difficult to forget the sight of half a dozen Hitlers propping up a Yorkshire bar, supping pints of Landlord and chatting animatedly
in broad Tyke.
My class of able Year 6s, working in groups, were totally engrossed in every book and animatedly
evaluated the stories, illustrations and themes.
I get star-struck when I meet actors and great musicians," he said animatedly
at the New York premiere.
William Shatner sipped a malt whiskey and chatted animatedly
with Michelle Pfeiffer, Blythe Danner and Jason Alexander just before the Alzheimer's Association's 16th annual "A Night at Sardi's" fundraising gala.
Works with identifiably comedy-related connotations--the bronze hook, or drawings showing the artist animatedly
delivering the goods--have arrived at referential limbo.
Sadly, what it is bound to feature, is the ridiculous new fad of the ref pointing animatedly
to his whistle for 30 seconds after awarding a free kick in a dangerous area, a fad for which I believe we have Graham Poll to thank.
Since the moment it was switched on, the sight of groups of school children eating their picnic lunches while sitting on the steps of the square, animatedly
discussing what they had just seen, explored and enjoyed in the Art Gallery or Museum, became a matter of history.
It didn't dawn on me that Louis was Karl's father until I saw Karl on TV animatedly
saying the "gay agenda" had to stop.
While standing around, talking animatedly
, sixth-grader Marisa Mankofsky gave her friend, Meghan Hubert, 13, a piece of candy.
People--many of them strangers to one another until now--chatted animatedly
in low voices, discussing their elderly Polish relatives and towns of origin.
His mother struggles to hold back tears as she talks animatedly
about the Urawa Reds central defender, who acquired Japanese citizenship last October.
Patterson, who calls herself Carolezoom in the art world, seems always to be found at some gallery or another, often at DIVA, talking animatedly
to people from her wheelchair.
The sweatshirt-clad teacher was animatedly
reciting a story and drawing out her pupils' comments and conclusions.