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LOS ANGELES -- It's not for nothing that the names of Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe are reverentially referenced in writer-director Scott Frank's adaptation of the 10th novel in Lawrence Block's long-running, best-selling series featuring unlicensed private eye Matthew Scudder.
Read it BEFORE Beyonce, before The Pretenders, before even Madonna, there was The Slits, an all-female punk band whose album Cut is still mentioned reverentially in cult music circles.
to a caipirinha Read it BEFORE Beyonce, before The Pretenders, before even Madonna, there was The Slits, an all-female punk band whose album Cut is still mentioned reverentially in cult music circles.
But when was it that the Americans had ever treated him reverentially and acceptably all through his 13-year-long inept incumbency?
If he truly believes in respecting democracy and people's mandate, as he claimed after reverentially kissing the footsteps of Parliament this week, this is what he should and would do.
A wrong flag denied him a free-kick which would have brought a red card for Hugo Lloris inside 30 seconds - and while Mourinho revealed last week that he is disappointed by his contribution outside Stamford Bridge, this time he spoke more reverentially.
We walked over to it, and my dad fumbled for a card that he reverentially slid out from a little envelope and into an opening that caused a buzz and click, and in we went to the booth, where he proceeded, before his wide-eyed, jaw-dragging son, to retrieve a few hundred pesos from a machine.
He reverentially calls Sir Alex 'The Boss' but has lost only twice to him in 14 games and knocked United out en route to Porto winning the Champions League in 2004.
He was in such a state of religious exaltation--his eyes reverentially staring at the ceiling above the cubicle's short wall--that I couldn't bring myself to contradict him by suggesting that God--if he existed--would hardly waste his miracle on someone who rejected his existence.
At every turn, religious icons, statues, images and signs echo the symbolism and metaphors that, in yesteryears, the residents reverentially imbibed in their Catholic homes, schools and parishes.
The Levitation Of St Francis attributed to the circle of Francisco de Zurbaran, a stark robed figure, arms aloft with hands marked by stigmata stares reverentially into the skies.
ON ONE OF MY FIRST VISITS TO COLOGNE, over supper and Kolsch, an older friend told me how he once reverentially brought Martin Kippenberger a bottle of liquor as a gift.
Yet he, the president of the main opposition party, bowed reverentially to the yoga guru who has little to show for himself except for his attempt to usurp a dying movement.
Brendan Rodgers has only experienced Anfield from the visitors' dug-out or the Main Stand, but he has already spoken more reverentially of a footballing cathedral than his predecessor but one.