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He thought the six with Bududreen were carrying out their part in a most realistic manner, and a grim smile tinged his hard face.
He pulled himself together - it had been a very realistic little interlude.
There is nothing like being realistic in such matters.
There was an abundance of extremely realistic coarse tales, hardly belonging to literature, in both prose and verse.
This was quite the most realistic of his sleep adventures, thought Tarzan, as he passively awaited the next amusing incident.
He had a ready appreciation of art, and probably, with a taste for imitating art, he supposed himself to have the real thing essential for an artist, and after hesitating for some time which style of painting to select--religious, historical, realistic, or genre painting--he set to work to paint.
And then--one does not wish to be unduly realistic, but the fact is too important to be ignored--he began to perspire.
Synopsis: "Realistic Retirement for Realistic People: Look Before You Leap", is comprised of simple and sensible suggestions for retirement planning.
In dinosaur mode, sound effect buttons emit realistic dinosaur sounds and phrases that teach facts about each dino, providing kids with fun and enriching playtime.
It is high time to reach a realistic solution to the Sahara issue," Jimenez told Spanish paper on Saturday, adding that is it the duty of the parties concerned to decide on this realistic solution.
For example: In one scene, three figures are set against a realistic background.
The most common primary Holland (1997) codes by gender for these middle school students were Artistic (n = 13, 32%) and Realistic (n = 10, 24%) for boys and Social (n = 19, 73%) and Artistic (n = 16, 32%) for girls.