The picnic on the dock continued serenely for 10 more minutes with all three otters completely and obliviously
ensconced in enjoying their fish, the sun and each other.
Allegedly trying to be extra PC about racism, Tom obliviously
hurts Ravo and viciously turns on an already-outcast Greenie.
Huddled in an encampment of yellow tarps beneath a sky of gray clouds and construction cranes, these animals wait obliviously
like Thanksgiving turkeys, a handful of the millions across the country that will be the center of this weekend's Eid celebrations.
, the current boom for project development continues to be a combination of high oil prices, demographic and economic growth, and a political commitment to invest in domestic infrastructure.
So unexpected was the 42-year-old's win that as he putted out at the 15th green, police officers ambled obliviously
across the walkway near the green despite frantic waves from marshals pleading them to stop.
Hours after Princess Diana died, I was at Shade Oak Stud's dispersal in Shropshire, we watched the twin towers fall as Doncaster's St Leger Sale carried on obliviously
and it was the turn of Tattersalls to provide a sad diversion as London was bombed in the summer of 2005.
The recently declared plan by the members of Persian Gulf Cooperation Council to annex the soil of Bahrain to Saudi Arabia and form a greater Arab union attests that the tyrannical and merciless rulers of Arab sheikhdoms in the Persian Gulf are still obliviously
living in the colonial era, dating back to the early 1550s, when the world's major colonial powers relied on the power of arms and ammunitions to conquer and attain new territories and put the rivals' nose out of joint in a conspicuous show-off of muscle-flexing, a commentary in the Ahlul Bayt news agency said.
Only a few minutes after leaving the truck, the first hog showed itself, obliviously
feeding its way in our direction at a distance of perhaps 30 yards.
The collection is anchored in the period of French history at its most obliviously
decadent, just before the Ancien Regime was laid low by the revolutionary working classes.
Without warning nor a shred of self-consciousness, he will call to me, "watch this, watch this" as he unleashes his body weight on pavements and grass and shop floors obliviously
in the path of others, who remarkably have the patience to stop, observe and praise his prowess, telling him he could make the Olympics.
Movies, television series, novels, poems, and even media reports have consistently made unflattering portrayals of Plath's readers as misguided young women who obsess over Plath almost obliviously
Surreal doesn't convey the fictional quality of hundreds of happy children obliviously
awaiting their deaths watching "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" or their Kool-Aid executioner just two years earlier enjoying a private audience with the soon-to-be president's wife.
soon face, the characters obliviously
bicker, flirt, debate, maneuver
At the end of the commercial she takes off one glove and tosses it on the kitchen counter, while still dancing, almost obliviously
, to a catchy tune.
I think in a coalition government there is a coalition dharma and obliviously
the things are not entirely the way I would like them to be but quite frankly I have never felt like resigning because I have a job to do," he said.