Another, found tacked onto the side of a bookshelf, displays a drawing of a pair of skinny, wavery
calves with clothing bunched up around his feet next to a note to customers, "We'll drop everything to help you find a book.
Its electric moves react to input: thus the senses impose wavery
particulars upon the contained free-play of illumination.
The flames of the candles Wavery
and frail in a breeze from the Rhine.
Marblehall, with her "electric-looking hair" that on any occasion she dresses into a "unicorn horn," sings "O Trees in the Evening" with a voice that is "full of a hollow wind and echo, winding out through the wavery
hope of her mouth.
He explained: "It wavery
warm in the first haand as the game went on.
In "Possessions," a meditation on the wavery
dynamics of painful love affairs gives way to the literary creed of the last lines.
Either way, her wavery
vocal - pitched somewhere between Stevie Nicks and Stacey Earle - adorns a beguiling set of country-tingled pop that's already huge back home.
Much of her work is relatively unpunctuated, and her exterior and interior dialogue (from speech to many different manifestations of thought) are often elided into the exposition instead of being set off; narrators, whether first person or third, remain intimately behind the shoulder of the characters, offering the world through a lens made wavery
by subjectivity, while refusing explanation or interpretation of the characters' interior states.
From the front rows a slight strain in soprano timbre was apparent and, at the end of this exhilarating piece, somewhat wavery
tenors drew attention away from the superbly sturdy basses.
the four lines her fingernails had raked a wavery