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It was sweet, yet not sickly, with the salty caramel and creamy ice-cream creating a comfortingly smooth ending to the extravaganza.
There above the entrance to the monastery was the pigeon house with Arabic numerals painted beside its entrance, a comfortingly stable feature when these days everything around us seems to be in flux.
Like a trusted 3 iron or your favourite plus-fours, Mario Golf is comfortingly familiar.
Comfortingly though, 68 percent of parents recognise the importance of sharing family histories with the younger generation.
"Here's a taste that's excitingly different yet comfortingly familiar," says Celestial Seasonings blend master Charlie Baden.
Thanks to their simple forms and materials, Djordjadze's sculptures evoke a comfortingly familiar cohabitation with the viewer, yet her discourse is complex, calling on the subtleties of space, domestic or otherwise, and the influence it has on our wants and the needs of the creative process.
More comfortingly, the call for full disclosure of documents relating to the Hillsborough Disaster achieved the 100,000 target for a debate in Parliament with some ease.
The basic rule of thumb is that if you put it out on the web (and by that I most definitely include Twitter and all other things comfortingly transient), it stays out on the web.
The characters are well defined and more than a bit Dickensian; resilient and curious Michael, the dependable family lawyers, the comfortingly normal household staff, and then the ambivalent Clarendons.
As the Internet continues to metastasize, hermusichas made our sprawling popscape feel both endlessly thrilling and comfortingly finite, grafting Baltimore club to Bollywood to Brazilian baile funk with a seamless cool.
The board should proceed with Russell's recommendations, which provide a comfortingly wide range of options.
CONTINUITY has always been an important part of horseracing, endowing it with tradition and a comfortingly familiar cycle of events, cautiously changed.