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The definition denotes "enjoying something unhurriedly.
I was overcome with an ineffable feeling of anxiety, just long enough to see him moving away, walking unhurriedly his back arched towards the other girl.
He unhurriedly retreats toward the parapets, and although the elongated object in his hand bounces comically as he parries and ripostes, he is the stronger swordsman, and his opponent cannot break through his guard.
Just as the big (preferably Italian) coffee machine whooshes and hisses to work its magic, tea must be allowed to brew in the pot, unhurriedly, before being carefully poured into cup or mug, milk in either first or after, however you choose.
While the US breaks down problems and tries to find solutions for each part, China considers political problems unhurriedly, as an extended process that might have no resolution.
Nothing has been said, but there is something enticing in the feigned indifference of these people who do not seem concerned about their actions, and yet take great care in doing unhurriedly what they have to do.
It got a deflection on the way over to Zigic at the far post but that didn't matter as he read the ball's path, unhurriedly brought it under control and swivelled a shot into the roof of the net, off and through desperate Leeds bodies crowding the line.
They could hardly have responded any better, Dilshan carving, pulling and driving 11 fours and two sixes in his 129-ball hundred - and Paranavitana unhurriedly blunting England's best efforts at the other end.
On a benign pitch Dilshan carved, pulled and drove 11 fours and two sixes with Paranavitana unhurriedly blunting England's best efforts at the other end.
They could hardly have responded better, Dilshan carving, pulling and driving 11 fours and two sixes in his 129-ball hundred - and Paranavitana unhurriedly blunting England's best efforts at the other end.
Neighborhood women mosey unhurriedly on their way home from afternoon shopping trips.
Yes, we were utterly wrong because, notwithstanding the incalculable sacrifice made by the generation that withstood the early years of Ethiopia's socio-economic and political upheavals, accompanied by a climate of irreversible and irreparable destruction and of trust and confidence in each other, and the wisdom and life experience built up by the EPRP over decades, including their unhurriedly, carefully constructed rocky and immovable houses, appeared full of holes -- weak and unable to hold back the strong, speedy winds carrying both long existing animosities and newly conceived hostilities and resentments among Ethiopian political activists.
On the other hand, if Barack Obama had exercised the kind of leadership that demands initiative, risk-taking and boldness, he would have unhurriedly accepted McChrystal's resignation, as a matter of principle, then immediately reinstated the skilled general in his post, thus placing the requirements of war and country ahead of political considerations.
The obituary editor at The Washington Post, my old paper, said he wanted an expansive piece written unhurriedly beforehand rather than risk a quickie dashed off under deadline pressure.
His companion soon fed on out of sight, but the buck in question began angling unhurriedly toward me.
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