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Even in London the sun, on that summer afternoon, was dazzlingly bright.
Which would you rather be if you had the choice--divinely beautiful or dazzlingly clever or angelically good?
Bright rays beam dazzlingly from him, and his bright locks streaming form the temples of his head gracefully enclose his far-seen face: a rich, fine-spun garment glows upon his body and flutters in the wind: and stallions carry him.
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.
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.
Both of them felt that the right answer should be angelically good, while both of them secretly longed to choose dazzlingly beautiful.
On the other hand, it's both a dark family drama and a richly–realised thriller, which leaves the audience on the edge of their seats as George Costigan's dazzlingly eccentric investigator, Petrovich, tries to break down Raskolnikov's will to deny what he's done.
THIS most underrated and understated band, the dazzlingly brilliant Broken Family Band, have delivered yet another marvellous album in new release Hello Love.
Particularly when you have a character as dazzlingly screwed-up as Leary's Tommy.
There is a plane or two of black in every work of "The Marquise of O," as though in token remembrance of tragedy, but the works are, for the most part, bright and colorful and dazzlingly intricate.
If you aspire to be dazzlingly different, Great Containers by Clare Matthews (Hamlyn, 144pp, pounds 14.
That slinky writhing, which looked so inconsequential in the opening duet, is very much part of Forsythe's dazzlingly iconoclastic take on the classic dance vocabulary.