MENACING PRESENCE Ralph Fiennes glowers
with intent as Lord Voldermort
The four largest sellers were Bert and Janie Treadway, Billy and Margie Treadway and Robert and Bobyejo Treadway, $133,000 in April 1980; Betty Farabee and Elizabeth Farabee Stokes, $80,000 in September 1973; Merle and Patricia Boyer, $30,000 in February 1982; and Wanda Glowers
, $28,000 in October 1981.
Than ivory and glowers
Beside those cans as if it might Batter them into urns or kettledrums.
In Dining Room (Francis Place) (I), 1997, a portrait of an archetypal Victorian father glowers
at the impudent intruders.
Those that succeeded did so in a climate where "the world glowers
at them ever more menacingly, but has not yet found a way of dispensing with their services.
Patrick O'Kane glowers
and spits his way through the title role with commendable energy but little psychological depth.
The man never utters a word, but he keeps time, glowers
and nods with clear intent and steals ``Pump Boys'' from all the singers.
The same production of Snow White was at the Richmond Theatre in Surrey last Christmas and a national newspaper critic wrote: "Lesley Joseph glowers
magnificently as the Wicked Queen".
When you smile, other people will No one wants to be around someone who glowers
and sends out unfriendly signals.
It's not very cool, when every trendy pop idol glowers
out from the screen menacingly.
Every sky glowers
, creates a feeling of torpor, as if one were waiting for a thunderstorm.
Ian McShane glowers
impressively as the brains behind the London bank heist.
Now 40, the father-of-two still glowers
on the fringes of the music business with his brand of retro-blues.
But chances are these glowers
will be more of a hit among skaters who like to stand out in a crowd than the safety conscious trying to prevent an accident.
A giant bearded and robed figure, heightened by Greek tragedian boots, points and glowers
at her like a primal patriarch.