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The dream of embarking on flights to heaven, engaging in colloquies with angels, depends on going to bed alone, turning the place of sleep into a death locale, where the soul vacates the body and soars weightlessly in space.
Small suspending baits, float-and-fly tactics, hair jigs, and cigar worms worked slowly and weightlessly account for most of the action.
sounds that led weightlessly in where paths are erased,
The fortifying cream conditioner is a silicone-free formula that weightlessly conditions and nourishes dry hair.
The guitars on cruisers like "Vacationing People" and "Lion's Share" float weightlessly between the honeyed chug of The Band, West African highlife licks and dolphin mating calls, but stay tethered to Garrett Ray's propellant percussion (e.
As Eurocentric possessors of many curiosities, they feel at ease in Europe, they weightlessly stroll around the cities of the Old Continent: in a minute they find themselves in Paris, and then in Venice or in Bern.
Once aboard SpaceShipTwo (SS2), you will be blasted into outer space faster than a bullet, drift weightlessly for five minutes before an entirely safe but nail-biting entry back to the earth.
7metres high, of the Olympic rings, made for the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, which appeared to float weightlessly above the ground.
Once airborne, they will float almost weightlessly and will be invisible to the naked eye.
THE DOOR FOR ROOM 343 sprung open weightlessly, and I realized why after shutting it behind me and discovering the inside panel covering the particleboard skeleton was broken off--except for a thin strip at the bottom held in place by a handful of stubborn staples.
She would slide across the bay, glide weightlessly among the skyscrapers of the Financial District and then north to the Golden Gate, into the open ocean, past the Farallones and then going, going, going toward Japan.
The wings are wider than a Boeing 747, and their 2,100 tons of steel float weightlessly like a wonder of the world.