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Why are teachers so sublimely sure that they know more about children than do their parents?
Giroud then atoned for his earlier miss ten minutes after the interval, sublimely bringing down Thomas Vermaelen's flighted pass and slotting beyond AdriEaAin.
The musicians are all sublimely melodic in their playing, lithe in their rhythms and lyrical in their spirit, and this creates a marvellously timeless, genreless quality in the music.
A sublimely moody and stylishly violent crime drama, Only God Forgives reteams Gosling with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn in a dark, brooding and twisted story of loyalty and revenge set against an atmospheric Bangkok backdrop.
And 15 minutes later he skipped by a few challenges and sublimely curled the ball into the far corner for his second.
A stripped back sound that has a far-off, world music echo when the guitars sublimely take over.
With his signature Swiss-watch plotting and heart-thumping suspense, A Wanted Man shows Lee Child at his sublimely skilful best.
Though his activities may have been questionable for a journalist, they were sublimely right for a citizen.
Gutsy, unpredictable and sublimely acted by four of the country's best-loved leading men, it earned critical plaudits, a Bafta nomination and, most importantly, grabbed viewers' attention, becoming one of the most-watched programmes in the channel's history.
PRICES for parking at airports can range "from sublimely low to ridiculously high", a Which?
His new film captures the same sense of bewilderment and foreboding, albeit on a much larger budget, and demands another gargantuan suspension of (dis)belief as the narrative careens from the sublimely twisted to the ridiculous.
But sweetly-sung Rely recalls Paul Simon, Ain't No Way develops a taste for funk, and finale Can You See finds Kenzie plugging in his guitar for a sublimely understated blues that beggars belief.