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Bilibin liked conversation as he liked work, only when it could be made elegantly witty.
The servant introduced a tall lady, dressed simply and elegantly in dark apparel.
It was a view of Wildfell Hall, as seen at early morning from the field below, rising in dark relief against a sky of clear silvery blue, with a few red streaks on the horizon, faithfully drawn and coloured, and very elegantly and artistically handled.
On her head there was such a superstructure of soft, golden hair--her own and false mixed--that her head was equal in size to the elegantly rounded bust, of which so much was exposed in front.
Lucy, elegantly dressed in white, sat erect and nervous amid these explosive ingredients, attentive to Mr.
Having thus reestablished his position, he sank elegantly into a tete-a-tete ottoman.
Marie lay reclined on a sofa, opposite the window opening on the verandah, closely secluded, under an awning of transparent gauze, from the outrages of the mosquitos, and languidly holding in her hand an elegantly bound prayer-book.
I remember when I was a boy I brayed as often as I had a fancy, without anyone hindering me, and so elegantly and naturally that when I brayed all the asses in the town would bray; but I was none the less for that the son of my parents who were greatly respected; and though I was envied because of the gift by more than one of the high and mighty ones of the town, I did not care two farthings for it; and that you may see I am telling the truth, wait a bit and listen, for this art, like swimming, once learnt is never forgotten;" and then, taking hold of his nose, he began to bray so vigorously that all the valleys around rang again.
They first passed through the "black town," with its narrow streets, its miserable, dirty huts, and squalid population; then through the "European town," which presented a relief in its bright brick mansions, shaded by coconut-trees and bristling with masts, where, although it was early morning, elegantly dressed horsemen and handsome equipages were passing back and forth.
VINTAGE CHIC: This camel coloured ensemble was true to the high style of the 1980s, complete with a leopard print stole draped elegantly around the shoulders.
It's a perfect example, as Alfred Hitchcock, the famous English director so elegantly claims, "Drama is life with the dull parts left out.
Elegantly illustrated by Robert Hynes, "Muskrat Will Be Swimming" also includes the Seneca creation story and demonstrates how such ancient tales of native American cultures can be utilized to help children find their way in the world.
Located at 25 Forest Street in downtown Stamford, The Classic offers 144 elegantly appointed one-, two- and three-bedroom condominium residences that are available for immediate occupancy.
Superbly performing her solo piano pieces for the edification (and even inspiration) of her listeners, Elise's flawlessly artistic performances showcase elegantly produced pieces that include Before Awakening (5:47); Behold (3:14); The First Time (7:05); Meeting You Again (3:44); Letter From Elise (2:39); A Drive Through Sunflowers (3:46); Colors Of The Heart (4:04); Imaginary Kisses (4:33); Remember When.
In nine short stories, Chinese Canadian teen characters--boys, girls, Canadian-born, newly immigrated--provide an elegantly diversified sense of what coming of age can mean to those who are bicultural.