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It has to be the EcoBoost engine," said one man as he gazed admiringly at it, "You need that for the fuel economy and lower CO2.
The people watch admiringly the figures of the starlings.
BOOMERS (9pm BBC1) WHATEVER else she does with her career, Alison Steadman will always be remembered most admiringly as Beverly, the iconic 1970s hostess in Mike Leigh's play Abigail's Party.
Turkey admiringly put up a gallant effort against the vaunted Americans.
No sitting back admiringly, no packing midfield with one poor sap up front, get among them.
Sabella spoke admiringly of German football, saying they often produced players with a "South American touch.
belting out Rose Tinted Eye Patch whilst Captain Hook looked on admiringly.
combined an engaging, outgoing personality that makes meetings fun and never fails to celebrate her associates for their work with the unrelenting drive to pursue hard results "with a vengeance," as her nominator admiringly puts it.
He created his own history of the music," says Friedman, admiringly.
West Ham's goalless draw at Chelsea the other week was described - either grudgingly or admiringly - as the success of a well-drilled defence over a sharp attack.
Harry, 19, stripped down to a towel to show off his tattoos as the women gazed admiringly at him at Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel.
Bernstein's Clarinet Sonata of 1942 - which nods admiringly in the direction of Hindemith with a pre-echo of West Side Story - formed a bridge between Brahms and the jauntier late 20th century items after the interval.