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Botanicals have bloomed onto pumps, wedges and sandals to prettify your feet.
ct mer omed on to andals to prettify Or go full bloom and clashing petal-inspired floral outfits.
Vet British cinematographer David Johnson's widescreen compositions never unduly prettify the alpine grandeur nor cozily gentrffy the weathered authenticity of the film's snowbound working-class town.
desperate attempt by the foe to prettify the ugly face of the occupation, and
Threatening Assange for releasing a quarter of a million of the empire's secret files, does, especially since Assange didn't alter or prettify them but released them in their unexpurgated state.
The tissue paper found in soon-to-be-old-fashioned shoeboxes is not there just to prettify the footwear.
Dreyfuss said that the picture that arises clearly is one of an "ongoing attempt to prettify the reality in the early war years and try to see the positive sides of Polish society.
There's no way to prettify it, 2008 has been an annus horribilis, probably the worst economic mess since the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Mrs Shackley adds: "What we should not do is prettify the area with lots of hanging baskets and ornamental trees.
The war was not a pleasant affair; it isn't seemly to prettify with flowers the mass deaths of all these young men.
Fleeing from talking about wasted lives is to prettify the ugliness of the Iraq war while inflicting damage on accurate language.
Some sites have attempted to prettify rolldown barriers with murals or other decorations, with mixed success.
As an art student in Sofia, Christo was sent out to the country on government-organized expeditions to help prettify the farms along the route of the Orient Express, so that affluent Western passengers, bound for Paris or Istanbul, would glimpse a seemingly prosperous land, not the squalid reality of a collective state.
Old John'--now 83--occasionally breaks into a comment on "Young John," but fortunately he doesn't overuse that device or attempt to prettify his youthful actions and opinions.
What's more, the silk screens and DVDs lack the directness and eloquence of the performances themselves, serving only to encapsulate and prettify what Hsieh has spent so much time and energy drawing out.