Vicious terrorists who concoct
weapons out of religions .
If you think Russell was up here trying to concoct
a story, don't you think he would have concocted
a story that would have made him much less culpable?
According to the study, people who concoct
are more likely to binge eat than those who overeat without bingeing.
Burnett is funny enough - her scenes with O'Hare are downright creepy - and her famous costume designer, Bob Mackey, still manages to concoct
amusingly garish outfits for her after all these years.
Already known as local playwrights, the partners of 10 years felt inspired to concoct
a comedy of manners.
Students raid the fridge of the week's leftovers and concoct
an elaborate meal, inviting over friends and family.
In his 1995 memoir, Call the Briefing, former presidential Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater told of a plan to concoct
a poll to create a supposed need to dump Vice President Dan Quayle for the 1992 Bush re-election effort.
If the enemy unleashes a new biowarfare agent, scientists could quickly concoct
And since contemporary curators are short on cosseting precious objects with white cotton gloves and long on compiling fat Rolodexes filled with international artists whom they hire to concoct
on-the-spot work for theme shows, it's not exactly earth-shattering that providing creative opportunities for the likes of Cardiff and Sze would be a source of pride for Grynsztejn.
Around the same period, Mata and Hari used to concoct
playful mime comedies.
The monks also concoct
soaps, fragrances, calming herbal waters, perfumes, bath oils, creams and incenses beloved by supermodels and stars.