Whether he shouted or gesticulated
, ate or drank most, would be a difficult matter to determine.
When he reappeared in the room, or rather in the doorway, it was in company with another waiter, with whom he whispered and gesticulated
with southern fierceness.
She leaped up from her chair, and flinging her clasp on the ground, she gesticulated
rapidly with her hands and said:
An inner door had opened; next instant there was a little shriek, and a white figure gesticulated
on the threshold.
In the vast dimness of the curtained drawing-room, the little man, resembling a black bolster, leaned towards a couch, his hat on his knees, and gesticulated
with a fat hand at the elongated, gracefully-flowing lines of the clear Parisian toilette from which the half-amused, half-bored marquise listened with gracious languor.
He did not once look at her, as he rambled on in this way; but gesticulated
at, and appealed to, the empty air.
Premier League star Rudy Gestede told Teesside crown court the Middlesbrough fan had gesticulated
after his side conceded an equaliser against Blackburn Rovers.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A manhunt has been launched for a fake interpreter who gesticulated
gibberish during the memorial service honoring former South African President Nelson Mandela, authorities said.
The Briton was furious as they crossed the finish line and gesticulated
at the Italian who he felt had not held his line in the final 200 metres, although the race jury upheld the finishing order.
I AM an angry local resident who is sick and tired of being cut up, gesticulated
at and tooted at by drivers heading towards the airport from the traffic light-controlled Kingston Park roundabout.
The England player gesticulated
angrily at a fan and tried to jump over a barrier as he left the field during Sunday's clash with AC Milan in Los Angeles.
The Ivory Coast striker confronted Norwegian referee Tom Henning Ovrebo and openly rowed and gesticulated
, before turning his attentions to an on-pitch television camera.
However, 63 per cent of all drivers have shouted or gesticulated
at other road users who have annoyed them, and 58 per cent have sounded their horn at other motorists.
However 63% of all drivers have shouted or gesticulated
at other road users and 58% have sounded their horn at other motorists in anger.
It followed an incident near the Merry Monk pub in Hollowell Way, Brownsover, Rugby, after 44-year-old Mr McBeath was said to have gesticulated
and shouted at Williams's car, leading to a confrontation.