at the wall or breaking into a nervous whistle have been the only real options - until now.
I had to I stared Consciousness didn't return for a few minutes, they told me afterwards, as I stared blankly
into space being asked over and over again: "Are you OK, Al?
It is very frustrating for her when the carers look blankly
at her as if she's come from outer space.
In the UK, for example, although the shortage in nursing staff reached 13,000 and doctors 6,000, the British government blankly
refused to import labour to fill the gap.
They'll stare blankly
when you tell them about his juggle and lob over Neville Southall, his four-goal haul against San Marino, a deft 40-yard chip against Swindon and a delightful bender in Auxerre.
But Demjanjuk said nothing in the first two days of hearings and appeared in court lying on a hospital bed with his eyes closed or staring blankly
Tonight's episode sees an ordinary day become one of terror as every single child in the world stops in their tracks and stares blankly
makes a song of this, and of the trees that pass blankly
on both banks.
Yesterday the killer stood in the dock to receive his sentence, staring blankly
Cast in the role of an intergalactic envoy, sent to rebuke mankind for its wilful disregard of Mother Nature, he finesses his art of staring blankly
into the camera and running the gamut of emotion without moving a single facial muscle.
The young woman sat blankly
for about 10 seconds until Giss interjected.
Only Jone San Martin, in a tour de force performance that makes passivity into a compelling focus, remains seated, staring blankly
The band hung around onscreen, Nikki staring blankly
and Cola fidgeting, adding a kind of white noise to the live air we were all sitting in, all breathing, together.
Every now and then, he and Sunny visit the "Big House," and Dec looks blankly
at his boyhood room and the childhood he's left behind.
I looked blankly
at her teacher who twitched at my child's head.