Singer's archeological inventory details the "curious intimacy" of excavation, as each man fervidly
declares his abject passion for Cinna and accuses the other of victimizing her.
advocated the need to change one's medium (11.
It comes off the bottom and flitters fervidly
, showing its white underbelly.
God bless the Church & branch of the Church (with candelabras blazing more fervidly
than any) that is planted & grown in Bolton .
NEA has been fervidly
lobbying for a more reasoned and nurturing approach--and the bill the Senate will debate in January gets close.
He also noticed the music stand and instantly recognized Bruch's Concerto in G minor for Violin and Orchestra, but he heard no sound, although the window was open and the young man was playing fervidly
1) This characterization was echoed in the Muslim world, where an assortment of government officials, religious scholars and opposition figures fervidly
denounced the killing of civilians as un-Islamic.
Immediately after Shaw's arrest, Garrison fervidly
claimed to journalists that the assassination was a "homosexual thrill-killing.
Do you remember being mystified by a student fervidly
typing away on a PDA during the middle of a test?
Depicting the mental, emotional, and sexual processes going on in these respective characters, she is able to convince us completely why Mel would go for this "old" man (he's nearly forty), especially when she has three worthy young men in Berlin fervidly
competing for her favors with visits and supplies (including Marlboros), and why the doctor would risk his whole professional and personal life for this teenager.
Long admired in hometown New York theater circles, fervidly
adored by fans of the sporadic ``Tales of the City'' TV installments and increasingly respected by moviegoers as projects have improved from ``Congo'' to her complicated portrayal of Jim Carrey's deceptive wife in ``The Truman Show,'' Linney is now garnering universal praise and growing Oscar buzz for her work in the low-budget family drama ``You Can Count on Me.
Critics at the time noted the Times' reluctance to defend fearlessly and fervidly
Jews threatened with extinction.