bewitchingly


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in a bewitching manner

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NESTLED in the Indian Ocean, just off the coast of Africa, the island of Zanzibar sounds bewitchingly exotic - and as a source of design themes, it's inspirational.
The bull walked over the ridge, but his antlers remained in sight and bobbed bewitchingly as he fed.
Bewitchingly beautiful, this watch pays true homage to the heroine of Puccini's opera, Turandot, whose splendour is associated with jasmine.
They come in bewitchingly beautiful cases, as is the norm with UD palettes, and each one features six new and exclusive eyeshadow shades in a pop-out format - meaning you can swap and change the eyeshadows and continue to use the palette after the original shades have gone.
On the first page we're told that the silver is left on the island, LJS sort of hops off, it having been established that he has a wife, a 'woman of colour', and, perhaps most bewitchingly for me, as the Hispaniola sails away, they leave behind three maroons.
Influenced by her late Ukrainian grandmother's resourcefulness, Zahaykevich aims to bewitchingly transform the unassuming materials.
Yet, as Paul La Farge pointed out in 2005, the fictional account of a Protestant boy befriending the bewitchingly smart Silbermann in high school, written by a Protestant in post-Dreyfus France, was striking enough to earn widespread, laudatory attention from the Jewish community.
It may have seemed impossible at first, but once the company reconnected with its inner mojo, the high-end growth that 3M had lost more than three decades ago bewitchingly reappeared.
But it's also bewitchingly romantic: white-on-white fabrics, shabby chic furniture, ethereal touches of ocean blue.
conflicted with New York law, which uses bewitchingly parallel language
Summary: Unveils a stunning range of diamond jewellery styles from boldly dynamic to bewitchingly delicate
The three-piece from North Wales make a bewitchingly otherworldly noise beloved by their ardent following and the air drummers among them.
This slice of North Africa is far more bewitchingly exotic than most other winter sun destinations and is under three hours' flying time from the UK.
Shakespeare strips away the trappings of a man's success in a bewitchingly beautiful exploration of what constitutes true happiness.
And he just takes you down gardens of forking paths, until you are utterly and bewitchingly lost.