And --as Harington himself puts it, trimly
and often within his text--so much for Bishop Coldwell.
Like any chap, I like to see a trimly
turned out woman.
fees estimated at pounds 2,250, a trust fund is also being launched to help talented but disadvantaged children the opportunity to realise their dream.
He preferred the surrounding Luxembourg Gardens to the other royal parks because they were not so trimly
arranged; also for their ancient forest-trees, the descendants of which still crotchet and dapple its walks with their summer shadows.
when we arrived at Derek's, there seemed to be an overabundance of neatly attired waitstaff standing about in black pants and shirts with long bistro aprons tied trimly
around the waist.
Cook's Diet for a Dead Planet: How the Food Industry is Killing Us (The New Press, $24) takes everything we've learned so far and bundles it trimly
together, stuffing in plenty of new information as well.
Aside from an over-long, underwater coda, the trimly
edited movie keeps the audience on its toes, never quite sure which way the story is going to move.
Two young soloists also impressed: Alice Billen, in a glowingly poised account of Britten's desperately gloomy Elegy for Solo Viola; and trimly
confident trombonist Jonathan Bird, in part of a Concertino by Ferdinand David which, considering its dubious musical merits -a bit like substandard Schumann -was enjoyably short.
In the beginning, Liev Schrieber's Henry was cold and enigmatic, a trimly
suited executive planning a corporate takeover in the Salic Law scene.
While Wharton could trimly
anticipate the neat paradoxes of Gopnik ("the French are traditional about small things because they are so free about big ones"), at other times it's a hoot to imagine the doughboys fishing her pamphlet out of their packs.