Again the weary and apparently interminable
marching became a perfect nightmare of horrors to me.
He commended, however, the author's way of ending his book with the promise of that interminable
adventure, and many a time was he tempted to take up his pen and finish it properly as is there proposed, which no doubt he would have done, and made a successful piece of work of it too, had not greater and more absorbing thoughts prevented him.
The voices of the cannon were mingled in a long and interminable
As the shadows of night approached Marheyo's household were once more assembled under his roof: tapers were lit, long curious chants were raised, interminable
stories were told (for which one present was little the wiser), and all sorts of social festivities served to while away the time.
The anthem was interminable
, and you had to stand drearily while it was being sung; you could not hear the droning sermon, and your body twitched because you had to sit still when you wanted to move about.
I, who had seen trees only in parks and illustrated books, wandered in my sleep through interminable
The statues are all large; the palace is grand; the park covers a fair-sized county; the avenues are interminable
. All the distances and all the dimensions about Versailles are vast.
And they may unfold a tale of narrow escape, of steady ill-luck, of high winds and heavy weather, of ice, of interminable
calms or endless head-gales; a tale of difficulties overcome, of adversity defied by a small knot of men upon the great loneliness of the sea; a tale of resource, of courage - of helplessness, perhaps.
Seasons of Migration," Agial Art Gallery's latest exhibition by Lebanese sculptor Ginane Makki Bacho, models the tragedy of Syrian refugees and issues of migration in general.
For too long, this Government has been allowed to look the other way, ignore problems or hold interminable
reviews which are shelved when this is an urgent catastrophe.
Drawing on a parallel Although our views on the interminable
leave/don't leave saga probably differ, I invariably "blow a gasket" when witnessing Sir Bill's utterances in Parliament or in the media.
It has provided a great antidote to the interminable
torture of Brexit and I feel sure that these characters would make a better job of solving the situation which has become as farcical as any sitcom.
It's been 72 years since the shared page of history between India and Pakistan was ripped in two, after which the two countries entered what seems to be an interminable
state of mutual animosity with each passing decade deepening the under tug of volatility and mistrust that has on two occasions even led them to war.
It has been fifteen years since I first saw Fritz Lang's M for the first time, and still, after all these years, the hairs on my neck stick up and my hands get clammy if I hear even just a few notes of Edvard Grieg's "In the Hall of the Mountain King." It's probably one of the most sampled pieces in music history, and still all I can hearlike a long, hollow, interminable
echois the sound of Peter Lorre whistling this tune all throughout M.