God willing, we will persist in our mission unfailingly
But I must pay my annual homage to Eric Morehouse and his unfailingly
intriguing, weekly architectural website feeds which he calls Webcandy.
The thirteen discs comprising this enthusiastically recommended and unfailingly
entertaining boxed set has a combined running time of 24 hours and 15 minutes.
Attractively engaging, unfailingly
entertaining, thoroughly 'kid friendly', each of these highly recommended picturebook titles are eminently suitable and appropriate for family, preschool, home school, elementary school, and community library collections.
Conventional wisdom dictates that experience and intuition are unfailingly
valuable when it comes to making decisions.
Marcia Mohun was a cheery and unfailingly
patient instructor for a recent group lesson.
Have you noticed that whenever a team hasn't scored in ages, newspapers unfailingly
employ the cheap trick of adding up the number of minutes the drought has lasted, just to make it seem longer?
While Moran is quick to attribute PEO Soldier's success to many, he unfailingly
highlights the feedback from soldiers in the field: "We listened to those who know best, whose lives depend on having the right gear, and we understood the need to move fast.
In his defense, though, Sayer describes Jack's demeanour towards his students as unfailingly
courteous, genial and cheerful.
Although the external appearance may not have been flattering, the golliwog (originally "Golliwogg') was given unfailingly
positive attributes, Derricks says.
The people unfailingly
adhere to this faith, penetrate it more deeply through right judgment, and apply it more fully in daily life.
embraces and comprehends my reality.
As the warring elites of winemaking attempt to define good taste, they unfailingly
portray themselves as underdogs.
But if Johnson offers a persuasive case for the cognitive benefits of the media we consume as a culture, his unfailingly
objective perspective at times seems to have a blind spot that's mirrored by the frustratingly concrete nature of his prose: He misses what gives our culture, even at its trashiest, so much of its richness and depth in the first place.
Duffield was retained jockey to Sir Mark Prescott for 30 years (1773-2003) and the trainer said yesterday: 'He was tough, he was honest and he was unfailingly
cheerful about his job as a stable jockey.