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Chosen as "Seattle Bride Best Caterer for 2013," Ravishing Radish stands out as an excellent choice to be the SVO's exclusive caterer.
But as an onscreen beauty, one of the most ravishing was Eleanor Parker.
The Galaxy Ace Duos aims to provide users with a ravishing touch phone experience.
Multi-faceted Huw Watkins matched his skill as composer with pianism of staggering virtuosity, notably when paired with outstanding violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen in a recital that included Lloyd Moore's haunting Three Part Invention and the ravishing Like the Touch of a Sea Wave by the Lithuanian Osvaldas Balakauskas.
She looked ravishing in a cut-away red dress and a skimpy black bikini.
Australia is a sweeping, old-fashioned epic with ravishing production and breathtaking cinematography.
Along the railway line, in suburban gardens, here and there in woodland it is at its ravishing best just now.
Musicians perform Leonard Bernstein's ravishing score; dancers perform Robbins' ravishing choreography; audiences get a taste of an iconic show.
You're gorgeous, ravishing, rebellious and tattooed,'' said Peter Morgan, who wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay for ``The Queen.
In the tomb chamber, the white marble dados and the cenotaphs of Shah Jahan and his wife are covered in pietra dura flowers of blue lapis lazuli, red jasper, greenish jade and quartz, yellow marble and many other coloured stones to create ravishing friezes of flowers.
The Tour: Take a ride on automatic trolleys to explore storage caves built two millennia ago by the Romans, then sip bubbly in the ravishing salons (often booked for commitment ceremonies).
Yet the most modest images here are perhaps even more evocative of Brodsky than the preternaturally ravishing ones, suggesting not just the poetry of the world but also the transitory nature of our contact with it.
Many rise from the spirit and ravishing beauty of the continent, while others reflect the tenacity of those determined to craft something seemingly out of nothing.
and ravishing in red, these little beauty lovelies are sure to turn heads.
Shakespeare's history plays further investigate the ravishing power of literary production, but the creative feminized theatrical energy in his plays derives, Eggert argues, from a dramatic production of the linear progress of history.