What they drink is also described in detail: "A cup will be passed round among them with a drink from a flowing spring: clear, delicious to those who drink it, causing no headiness
The rose, Rose de Mai from Grasse, makes a magnificent entrance, blooms and warms with jasmine headiness
, then taking on the unusually distinctive exotic scent of Middle Eastern saffron.
Bouncing between locations in Norway and France (for a Paris vacation), Trier gives us the headiness
of young adulthood with all the excitement and passion it entails.
As they must have to many Americans watching the live television coverage, those missiles and bombs seemed, in the headiness
of that moment, to be fit retribution for a ruthless dictator and the medieval wretchedness he had visited on Iraq's people.
7% - makes it an ideal accompaniment to the headiness
In that break between him and the others, one could see, because of his technological and intellectual headiness
, and the fact that he was a mathematician, a man of the mind--which he is; there's no other way you can sort out radar code without having a serious mathematical background--the fact that he was a man of the mind may have resulted in his weakness of body
It was during this period that the federalism headiness
dissipated and the rollercoaster began its descent.
It still could come down to what other teams do rather than what Swansea achieve but those caught up in the headiness
of last season's promotion may well have forgotten it was a similar scenario back then, leading Jackett to predict the obvious.
A good gimmick, but a reckless one, particularly when the alcohol will mix with the general state of headiness
associated with that particular night.
She is only one of many in print and broadcast who get close enough to power to be seduced by the headiness
of being pals with big shots.
Most of us experience the headiness
that provokes such thoughtless jesting; how could the exaltation ever abate or sour
On the verge of collapse in the third quarter Sunday afternoon, the Avengers' season might have been saved by the left hand of Johnathan Taylor and the headiness
of Greg Hopkins in the end zone.
Personal stories and practical experiences offered by individual participants were much appreciated and added poetry and emotion to the headiness
of theological discussion.
We had rehearsed previously in this setting and were satisfied with the acoustic properties as well as the general ambience; therefore, we felt confident all would go well, despite our headiness
from the delicious dinner we were served.
The confidence that James's contemporaries had in reductive theories and the headiness
with which they were received are perhaps understandable at that time.