It is the most precious poison that ever was concocted
in this world.
Yet, he is never one to serve up false hope, to concoct
good news in order to set his readers' nerves at ease.
There are also a few nineteenth-century scores about that are no longer attached to any particular choreography, as Ashton discovered; he helped himself to Delibes's Sylvia and Messager's The Two Pigeons and had John Lanchbery reconstruct, invent, and generally concoct
a newly serviceable score for La Fille Mal Gardee.
According to the study, people who concoct
are more likely to binge eat than those who overeat without bingeing.
Edward and his buddies concoct
an elaborate scheme to abscond with the money his wicked stepmother has stolen from his father, and establish a scholarship at Julliard that is so specific only Edward will qualify for it.
Around the same period, Mata and Hari used to concoct
playful mime comedies.
Harald's discovery of a Hornet Moth in bad repair on a friend's estate leads him and Karen, the friend's sister, to concoct
a plan to resurrect and fly the Hornet to England with the photos he has taken.
And since contemporary curators are short on cosseting precious objects with white cotton gloves and long on compiling fat Rolodexes filled with international artists whom they hire to concoct
on-the-spot work for theme shows, it's not exactly earth-shattering that providing creative opportunities for the likes of Cardiff and Sze would be a source of pride for Grynsztejn.
* Medical researchers concoct
a drug that cures the common cold.
So far, the chemists have fabricated a "large family of chemically distinct, carbide nanorods." By changing the brewing broths and growth conditions, Lieber's team can concoct
helical and sawtooth shapes, which he believes may have interesting applications.
Rather than concoct
a strategy to critique the complexities and contradictions of life, Rondinone offers instead a highly personal, parallel reality, which - filled with fantasy, angst, monotony, and despair - may be closer to the truth than we'd care to admit.
A similar recipe is used to concoct
All made from scratch, often at the same time, under far more pressure than John Torode could concoct
. So whether it's Great British Bake Off or MasterChef, I can't get excited.
Mr Barry, who was at Hillsborough and sat above the Leppings Lane end where fans were crushed, said: "Norman Bettison stood opposite me and said 'I've been asked by senior officers to pull together the South Yorkshire Police evidence of the public inquiry and we're going to try and concoct
a story that all the Liverpool fans were drunk and that we were afraid they were going to force down the gates, so we decided to open them'.
SPEECHLESS at The Traverse, Edinburgh A WORLD premiere for the Edinburgh Festival, Speechless is inspired by the best-selling book The Silent Twins by Marjorie Wallace, and tells the story of identical twins June and Jennifer Gibbons, who concoct
elaborate roleplaying games in their bedroom but refuse to speak to anyone else.