cosily


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in a cozy manner

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Let them go,' said Mr Vincent Crummles, 'and we'll have it snugly and cosily together by the fire.
Ensconced cosily behind the shop of doubtful wares, with the mysteriously dim window, and its door suspiciously ajar in the obscure and narrow street, it was in all essentials of domestic propriety and domestic comfort a respectable home.
After tea she began to teach Oliver cribbage: which he learnt as quickly as she could teach: and at which game they played, with great interest and gravity, until it was time for the invalid to have some warm wine and water, with a slice of dry toast, and then to go cosily to bed.
The handicap debutant had been available at 13-2 in the morning, but was backed to 2-1 favourite before scoring cosily by half a length and trading at no bigger than 4 in running on Betfair to give trainer Antony Brittain his first winner on the all-weather.
He won a shade cosily in the 1m31/2f contest and looks sure to land a few more races, especially in the early part of the season when there is a bit of juice in the ground.
Wales had wanted England to go on to the pitch first and stand there in the cold while being bayed at by a capacity, fired-up crowd while the home team lingered cosily in the nice warm tunnel.
I personally have no problem with that at a saving of PS34,000 per annum to keep him cosily in jail.
The culmination of this week's episode finds the desperately uncool Mr Church and the not-as-cool-as-she-pretends French teacher Miss Postern perched cosily together on her sofa on a Saturday night watching Strictly.
Having tracked the leaders, Barry Geraghty eased through to challenge between Changing The Guard and Sizing Italy on the long run-in before scoring cosily by almost four lengths.
25 that left them cosily clear of runners-up Nick D Wright, Steven Parkes, David Matthews and Brigid Carrington, who carded 59.
Situated on either side of the road, the colourful stalls filled with the season's freshest of fruits and vegetables, handicrafts, clay pots of different shapes and hues, and plant nurseries nestle cosily under the Masafi mountains.
Leading a furlong out under the trainer's son Joseph O'Brien, the 10-11 favourite won cosily by two and a quarter lengths from Jim Bolger's Zip Top, with Fencing third.
Assuming this was his full name, not a double-barrelled monstrosity, my pal cosily addressed him as "Hogan" several times, before being firmly corrected.
For the first time ever in his 14-race career, Delegator ran over six furlongs on his reappearance in the Duke Of York in May and won cosily.
The daughter of Lujain won a shade cosily in a maiden at Catterick last month and I expect her to go well on her first start in handicap company.