The gown fell gauntly
from her shoulders, across her fallen
Thus the lithograph in Paris sans fin depicting two human skeletons standing gauntly
to attention near shelves of skulls and other bones (Fig.
beautiful, she's turning into Britain's Katharine Hepburn.
establishment, a tall, gauntly
handsome but shy man with aristocratic
Flockhart's tremulous air, her fluttering hands and gauntly
lit features (accentuated in James Vermeulen's stylish, harshly dramatic lighting) lend an air of disturbing authenticity to a tale that is most affecting when it's least sensational, before the accretion of truthful detail CI went to our house with our baby inside me, and watched `Hogan's Heroes' on TV .
But I will perhaps remember him best gauntly
dominating in the title role of Michel Fokine's Paganini, a part he learned from its creator, Dmitri Rostov.
THE SIGHT of Brian Clough grinning, however gauntly
, as he watched Notts County, reassured us all that there is still much life in the old dog.