World-renowned newspapers breathlessly
report that "one former skater in New York uses a Bottega Montana board as his coffee table.
In a constantly shifting, recurring circular formation, the men lunged, held each other aloft, and sank breathlessly
into the floor.
The majesty of Moore's prose--both clever and breathlessly
erotic--is matched by Gebbie's gorgeous paintings.
Chandler's narration is breathlessly
suspenseful as he skillfully portrays the characters.
To dramatize the supposed urgency of the disarmament program, police raided a home in Gloucester and proudly brandished their trophy, a five-foot, crescent-shaped, two-handled artifact breathlessly
referred to by the Sun as "a martial arts sword capable of beheading a man.
I the students on the carpet directly in front of the enormous map and asked breathlessly
, "So, who notices something different today?
Conviction'' begins like so many other TV dramas: Newcomer wakes up with a stranger in bed, breathlessly
scrambling to his new job, only to discover things aren't anything like what he'd envisioned.
The key lesson here that Walt brings home is that it is a bad mistake for American policy-makers to believe that foreign countries are waiting breathlessly
and helplessly for American decisions.
tells the tale of Rajesh, an Indian programmer who owns a computer gaming company.
Dr Rock, Stay Clean and Love Me Like A Reptile dragged everyone breathlessly
into 90 minutes of pure metal majesty.
In this business, you need tomorrow's news yesterday," the company's web site says, almost breathlessly
When you walk down the halls of a major agency, some beaming account executive is bound to point to a near-teenager in jeans proclaiming breathlessly
that this is "our new star.
Indeed, Kluver vehemently disagreed with what he rightly perceived as McLuhan's skepticism toward the transformations that Understanding Media and other essays so breathlessly
Quite a few foreigners of my acquaintance have breathlessly
told me of a Japanese banquet at which fugu sashimi was served and how they bravely chanced their own demise to partake.
Rosemary Leach is the sensible, upbeat Lucy, Angela Thorne the breathlessly
timid May and Sian Phillips the predatory and terrifying Agatha who sits in her rocking chair craving beautiful and colourful things.