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We settled all accounts, and after shaking hands in turn and in profound silence, they descended one after another into their boat, and were paddled to the shore, sitting close together, clad in vivid colours, with hanging heads: the gold embroideries of their jackets flashed dazzlingly as they went away gliding on the smooth water, and not one of them looked back once.
Which would you rather be if you had the choice--divinely beautiful or dazzlingly clever or angelically good?
The exterior was of marble, so dazzlingly white that it seemed as though the whole structure might melt away in the sunshine, like those humbler ones which Mr.
The light thrown down by the shade fell dazzlingly on the white pillow sunk by the weight of her head reposing with closed eyes and dark hair done up in several plaits for the night.
In his port was the dignity of one who had borne His Majesty's commission, and who was therefore illuminated by a ray of the splendour that shone so dazzlingly about the throne.
In which case, a new and dazzlingly simple trick may be worth a try.
It's a' dazzlingly simple solution to grip screws and bushings on 191 l's.
The audience is transported to a fantastical world of dancing animals, flying machines and dazzlingly starry skies.
presents the dazzlingly opulent new Gilda, resplendent in a swathe of diamonds and gold.
Yes, radio-friendly tracks like 'Never Alone,' 'Don't Make Me Wait' (with rap vocals by Carlo Ferrer Santos) and other pop charmers from Edmund Macam Perlas and his songwriting colleagues bring out Julie Anne's dazzlingly sassy singing and sumptuous servings of melisma, but the album's best track is the self-penned 'Naririnig Mo Ba?
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Laughably historically inaccurate and often comically terrible, Downton could also deliver dazzlingly good telly.