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In either muted, darker shades or wishy-washy watercolours, these are the florals that look fragrantly seductive rather than an assault on your eyeballs.
Prescott said: "The new rules will result in a self-appointed number [of times a horse can be hit] being fragrantly exceeded time and time again, particularly in the bigger, higher-profile events.
The coca steamed fragrantly in the saucepan; geraniums bloomed on the sills and there were chrysanthemums.
With so much more to offer than the dessert bowl, the versatile strawberry with its fragrantly sweet juiciness and deep red colour can brighten up both the taste and appearance of any meal.
Moreover, the complicity of the African Union (AU) through its council for Peace and Security (AUPSC) with the government of Sudan is fragrantly clear and will not help in resolving the 8-year conflict in Darfur but would lead to more suffering of the people by prolonging the crisis.
Muzammil who came there with his family told this agency that the air, once fragrantly fresh and exhilarating, is redolent with exhaust fumes, greasy smoke from fast food joints and the stench, on a hot day, of rotting garbage and a choked sewage system.
Substantial lamb meatballs and chunks of turnip - a hugely underrated vegetable - sat in a fragrantly, deftly spiced sauce that included dried fruits and nuts to create a dish bursting with flavour and texture.
inhibit and so delicately, very greenly and fragrantly unlimit.
was hot, fragrantly spicy on mine, and she smelt sweet with the
The army slammed the comments as "a cruel and cynical move by an organization that fragrantly tramples the most fundamental, ethical codes, shows no respect for human rights or the international conventions that govern these matters.
I eat a delicious meal of sea bass on fragrantly flavoured puy lentils followed by tiramasu; my friend opts for calves livers and the tiramasu.
Vanessa Redgrave's the fragrantly dying former jazz singer, Natasha Richardson and Toni Collete her quarrelling, emotionally troubled daughters with Claire Danes her younger incarnation for the constant flashbacks to New England 50 years earlier.
and the smoke sticking fragrantly to your Camel-colored breathing, you
It was designed (perhaps by the emperor, in the way that Hadrian is supposed to have designed the Pantheon) as what Koch calls the 'paradisiacal house of the queen', and it was intended to take its place as part of a series of magnificent garden pavilions, now nearly all gone, that fragrantly lined the banks of the Yamuna as it flowed through Agra, then the Mughal capital.