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The opening track, A Perfect Sea Of Green And Blue, has a long sinewy melody line which Shaddad sings with Grey shadowing her every move on piano.
Extremely Dangerous - is a fast-paced romp that severs sinewy ties to realism early on and, once we suspend our disbelief and put our brains into neutral, is a lot of fun.
Nebraska is a bittersweet road movie, which deftly sketches the sinewy bonds between dysfunctional members of the Grant clan.
Naomi unwillingly becomes part of the plan to captivate and woo Delilah, a sinewy, blonde, future model.
Summary: A sinewy man covered in thick soot stands in a grey cloud of smoke, watching .
The new suit is made from high-tech mesh material and instead of the short red pants worn over his costume, a sinewy muscular design in matching deep blue encircles will be seen on his waist.
Mum-offour Ulrika revealed last year that her sinewy neck is in her genes.
assume of prismatic soup, from which vine sinewy walls and bloom
Bones prised from the cloak of bark and soil, sinewy and disgraced by this sudden disinterment, hefted pale into the cold dark like a stone carried clear and dripping from a river, heavy and weighted with the tarnish of plunder, a Gunn-e-darr man, rising, carrying his country as witness to patternings of shame no craniometer can measure.
The ears are elongated and sinewy and covered with hair to serve as shock absorbers or sound cushions because the noises of this world are too brutal for its eardrums.
In just a short time, the Swansea-born star's famous figures has been transformed from voluptuous to thin and sinewy.
Although none of the original members remain, their tone remains bright and metallic but sinewy enough to carry the complex development and expression required by the string quartet form, as evidenced by their opening work, Haydn's G major Op.