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As a distant orchestra plays, Sibyl gazes adoringly at charismatic husband Elyot, while Victor admires his new wife, the vivacious and sophisticated Amanda.
In an interview before her death Sir Tom spoke adoringly of his wife.
Harper, the youngest of the Beckhams' four children, looked adoringly up at her mum as the former Spice Girl gazed at the tropical scenery.
"I had expected her to hang back a bit, or maybe be sitting in her roped-off area, but once I stepped a little closer to the stage I realized that she was not only in the front row, but had perched on the edge of the stage at Prince's feet, looking up at him adoringly as he sang," Swensson wrote.
Benedict Cumberbatch - not least because I could gaze adoringly at him all night.
The BJP prime ministerial candidate met Rajnikanth, adoringly called 'Thalaivar', at his Poes Garden residence in the southern metropolis.
Yet I can make him stare at me adoringly whenever I wish.
EASTENDERS (7.30pm BBC1) MICHAEL doesn't want an actual relationship with Alice, but he does enjoy having her hanging around like a love-sick skivvy to run his errands and gaze at him adoringly.
A source told the Sun that Ora and Biel really hit it off as they were both standing looking adoringly at the 'Sexy Back' hit maker as he played his set.
Nawaz said that whole nation was adoringly watching towards PML-N and it will fulfil the expectations of the masses, adding that only strong and character full political leadership can bring the country out from the plethora of problems recently prevailing in the society.
She even adoringly compares little 7-year-old Honey Boo Boo to Shirley Temple.
TED (15, 106 MINS) "HERE is the story of a little boy and his magical wish that changed his life forever," intones the droll Narrator (Patrick Stewart), who transports us back to Christmas 1985, when a boy called John Bennett (Bretton Manley) stares adoringly at his favourite teddy and whispers, "I wish you could talk.
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