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On the other hand, the account of Betterton, "perhaps the greatest of English actors," is delightfully fresh.
When a young woman heard the chevalier say at a ball, "You are delightfully well-dressed
We explored to King'sWeston twice last summer, in that way, most delightfully, just after their first having the barouchelandau.
You, Miss Woodhouse, I well know, play delightfully.
It's so delightfully easy, for instance, to wash yourself here.
As she sat at the cabin breakfast-table that morning, in her quaintly-made sailing dress of old-fashioned nankeen--her inbred childishness of manner contrasting delightfully with the blooming maturity of her form--the man must have been trebly armed indeed in the modern philosophy who could have denied that the first of a woman's rights is the right of being beautiful; and the foremost of a woman's merits, the merit of being young!
So Laurie did his best, and sang delightfully, being in a particularly lively humor, for to the Marches he seldom showed the moody side of his character.
This is the kind of thing which keeps delightfully old-fashioned Brexit Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg awake at night in his doublebreasted pyjamas.
com) FIRST comes the irresistible, warming scent, and this gently-spiced tea is delightfully tasty too.
It's all rather familiar stuff but Man Up (the title suggests a raucous comedy and doesn't really indicate this is very much her story) is beautifully scripted by Tess Morris and delightfully performed by Bell and leading man Simon Pegg, who have real chemistry.
Dappled deer dance delightfully down daisy demesnes.
Peppered with delightfully scattershot humour (the full title, Crystal Fairy & The Magic Cactus And 2012, gives a hint to its wackiness), it also has a vaguely serious side, though it is best remembered for Cera's drug-fuelled antics and Hoffmann's naked yoga out in the desert.