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having an air of allure, romance and excitement

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The acceptance speech can introduce a performer from abroad, like Christoph Waltz from "Inglourious Basterds," to both the industry and the wider moviegoing public; it can highlight a different aspect of a performer s personality, as is the case this year with Mo Nique, the sitcom star and stand-up comedian who roughs up her image in "Precious" only to glamorously re-emerge on the awards circuit; or it can serve to confirm audiences predisposition toward such well-liked players as Sandra Bullock or Jeff Bridges.
Call to hear why you may want to dress glamorously today.
Soft, clingy material to accentuate the woman's curves and coarse sexy fabrics for the parkas and overcoats ensure that the Benetton ladies dress warmly and glamorously while highlighting their feminine sides, according to a company spokesperson.
Over 200 children came along to Gateshead Toys 'R' Us to have their picture taken with Barbie, who was glamorously dressed in a pink party dress topped off with a glittering tiara.
With its desirable location, seductive amenities, and especially its glamorously designed interiors by Adam D.
Other women Adams has glamorously captured with his camera include Kate Moss & Linda Evangelista.
W New York & Four Seasons Istanbul (tie) Of the three W hotels in New York City, this one on the upper east side is the most glamorously located.
The challenge unfolds glamorously on lit stages into a dancing duel of the old-style rhythm tap and a more "show tap"--based modality.
30pm as the delectable Emyr Penlan and his team follow the thrilling adventure from one glamorously dangerous location to the next.
Other Colorado mining towns like Aspen and Telluride have transformed themselves successfully, glamorously, have traded the assay office for the day spa, pickaxes for Prada.
Just like Uhura, very glamorously running the Star Trek ship, the Girls Of Karen Black set the tone for the show.
Neither Milton's Areopagitica nor his divorce tracts are considered in any detail (the latter not at all), though they are just as relevant if not as glamorously rebellious as the Leveller and Digger pamphlets.
Soft pastels define Pretty Cool, creating looks that are glamorously feminine.
Paul Nilon, Wynne Evans and Geraldine McGreevy relished their clowning and Natalie Christie was glamorously feisty as scheming maid Adele.
Some of the 134 glamorously appointed model homes took home top prizes in various categories for their builders, and almost all showcased a variety of trends that will quickly sift down to mass market.