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is able to give Transformers a run for its money - while offering an agreeably larger degree of small-town heart and charm.
In a policy statement, Kaira told the House that rifts between Media and Judiciary must be ended He further added that he will talk to Chief Secretary Azad Kashmir to solve the issue agreeably.
3 : to excite or stir up agreeably <This food tickles my taste buds.
Otherwise it rattles along agreeably for a couple of hours, with Emily Outred as the naive and intimidated Bella conveying how vulnerable a Victorian wife would have been to a bullying husband.
Nearby a golf course nestles agreeably, where a chip over the water to the final green is but a prelude to cocktails in the club house and a soothing massage in a luxury hotel, which would not look out of place in Sydney harbour.
In addition to clarifying when cussing is allowed, the reversal seems to establish an agreeably broad definition of news: The interviewee who used the formerly forbidden word was not Dick Cheney or Tony Blair, but a contestant from the reality TV show Survivor Vanuatu.
Why the guy behind the agreeably gritty cop thriller ``Narc'' decided he's the second coming of Quentin ranks as the movie's second most puzzling question.
The volume is sturdily bound and lies agreeably flat when opened.
A descendant of the von Trapp family of "The Sound of Music" fame, Elisabeth von Trapp has a lovely voice; her agreeably eclectic collection of hymns, chants, psalms and spirituals ranges from Mozart's "Ave Verum Corpus" to Hildegard of Bingen's "O Frondens Virga" to the plaintive yet rousing "Rivers of Babylon" and the familiar hymn "Be Not Afraid.
Also, his agreeably flat vowels and steady manner added to the appeal of Radio 4's Home Truths.
It is predicated on the assumption that it's possible to disagree agreeably, that it's better to laugh than cry, that one can vigorously contest the positions of one's adversary without questioning his or her personal integrity or motivation, and that parties to a debate are entitled to the presumption that their views are legitimate if not correct.
Many of the folks who will attend perfomances of the ballet this month all around the country consider the score just another agreeably tuneful bonus for attending an annual ritual.