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I just don't get how someone can be breathtakingly normal?
Making the call on the shortest day of the year, Ms Creasy said: "The Tory-led Government is being breathtakingly complacent in allowing street lights to be turned off across the country without doing any review of the effects on crime, and people's perception of crime.
RSVP offers a breathtakingly gorgeous summer Alaska cruise, August 23-30, on the five-star Westerdam (pictured below), that leaves from Seattle and travels up the West Coast.
There's a brand new feel-good Hindi movie in town that could appeal to all nationalities as it is also sub-titled in Arabic and English too -- "Bachna Ae Haseenon" with solid performances, breathtakingly cinematographed locales from picturesque Switzerland to dreamy Italy to scenic Sydney to colorful India, and gorgeous dresses and club sets.
Mortitz, playground for the rich and famous, some of its greatest riches are actually in the surrounding villages that share the same breathtakingly beautiful valley.
Featuring a thoroughly 'reader friendly' text that is enhanced with 261 colored illustrations, "India Contemporary" by Henry Wilson is a compendium of commentary and examples of interior designs and design elements that are breathtakingly beauty in their exotic compositions.
Sections of the work's eight parts highlighted Graf's breathtakingly arched feet and fluid extensions.
Harley (Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, UK) and Kesseler (Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, UK) combine a scientific fascination with the role of pollen grains in the sexual reproduction of plants with an aesthetic appreciation of pollen grains as "perfect masterpieces of natural architecture and structural engineering--and often breathtakingly beautiful." This twin focus is reflected in the fact that the textual introduction to the science of pollen is accompanied by numerous large color photographs and other illustrations that quite impressively demonstrate the quoted point above.
3 THE APPRENTICE: Great stuff as the breathtakingly useless contestants messed up everything.
Gunther Schneider-Siemssen's breathtakingly beautiful, ultra-realistic, story-book sets simply seduced the eye.
What meets the reader is breathtakingly charming and engagingly beautiful.
One major network equipment manufacturer actually estimates its annual compliance workload at a breathtaking, and breathtakingly expensive, 250,000 hours.