These thoughts came and went as he watched the white figure in front, felt the enchantment of the music, and found everybody unusually
blithe and beautiful.
It came at a time when an unusually
long period had passed since we had received any money.
His face was so unusually
triumphant that Pierre rose in alarm on seeing it.
At three of the places their calls were brief, for Aunt Myra's catarrh was unusually
bad; Aunt Clara had a room full of company; and Aunt Jane showed such a tendency to discuss the population, productions, and politics of Europe, Asia and Africa, that even Dr.
Several days of unusually mild weather fitly ushered in a splendid Christmas Day.
He laughed and looked across at the tall girl who sat opposite, with and unusually mild expression in her face.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-February 28, 2019--Polish central bank acknowledges one official's unusually
As previously reported, Stephens analyst Mark Connelly upgraded International Paper to Overweight from Equal Weight as he contends that the gap between the company's economic potential and its stock price is "unusually
high" and the same time that investor confidence in management is "unusually
low." Taken together, this makes the risk-reward in the stock "compelling," Connelly tells investors.
MANSFIELD have taken an unusually
high share of the corners in their games, especially at home.
All of the storms featured unusually
symmetric divergent outflow.
MORE than 20 million people could suffer hay fever this summer as unusually
high levels of pollen sweep across the UK.
Some towns reported summer days with temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius.This years April was unusually
warm in Slovakia, breaking records of average monthly temperatures in some locations that have been kept for 84 years.
The additional funding is on top of PS75 million in government funding already given to councils We have unusually
spell of from the Pothole Action Fund this year.
light-hearted and insisting there's nothing wrong with them