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Her arrangement is chronological: enigmatically tight spaces before 1917, the poor and heavy feed upon the middle and upper classes 1917-22, heightened class consciousness 1922-26, and dismantling oscillations 1929-41.
The more I reflect on it, however, the more I realise that it expresses, very enigmatically, a deep wisdom.
MERSEY VIEW: "Alberto Aquilani's fitness - or lack of it - could be the key for Liverpool," said Chris enigmatically, before adding: "Their rivals' spending should see Everton slip a few places but that's said every year.
This long white bar hovering enigmatically just above the landscape is actually a biological research station.
Eoe1/4EoMy main ambition remains to play in another World Cup but it all depends on how fit I am,Eoe1/4A[yen] he said stating enigmatically that there would be more details emerging soon.
Much of the stuff at Pallika is export surplus: so, if you were lucky, you could get a Gap T-shirt or an Esprit jacket at some ridiculous price, flaunt it at work the next day and smile C enigmatically when people told you: oMy, my, somebodyAEs been throwing money around.
Bellotti says the time-line "is particularly my own," and he enigmatically adds: "I don't have a feeling.
That's why I prefer a special film like this," she adds, smiling enigmatically.
But not the end for his words: they will remain enigmatically to haunt us.
The interworking of the poetic and the theological remake language in such a way that the converted Muse passes through a recleansing, as all her Christian ornament becomes, enigmatically, her new sin.
More enigmatically, English poet TS Eliot wrote, 'In order to arrive at what you are not, you must go through the way in which you are not
The simplest solution is probably the best solution,'' the director says, both enigmatically and not.