Merritt accomplishes the opposite effect: The ear works more fervidly
to pick up his verbal barbs and cunning cadences from the background noise.
From a fervidly
"pro-life" politician, shouldn't that make sense?
Now, many years later, scientists and engineers are working fervidly
to make fuel cells a practical replacement for combustion.
In turn, the theatre developed new methods of deception and subterfuge, often cloaking its message of anti-colonial nationalism in an anachronistic historical plot or inserting fervidly
patriotic songs into a benign romance.
(74) What happened was that after leaving the Seventh-day Adventist environment of the College of Medical Evangelists, Calvin increasingly turned away from the religion of his father while Yourong had more fervidly
embraced it because she found that it gave her the strength she needed to adapt to life in a new country.
'He dreams fervidly
of horsewhips @ the manly fist', Henley wrote in 1877 to Robert Louis Stevenson, at that time Henley's closest friend and a rising star in the literary world.
As the novel unfolds, the opposed monologues of the mentor and his student betray these "co-conspirators in the story" as grotesque doppelgangers, "partners in the performance." 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
. Surprised, the pelting rain of blows still upon him, Dr.