Heacock's book is a source of heart warming and thought provoking tales as well as a ready source of quotes which can ease the frenetically
paced life most of us lead.
New Jersey natives Sibyl Kempson and Mike Iveson frenetically
pound out her 11-character play Crime or Emergency on both stage and piano keyboard.
I followed my on-screen 'character' as she ran along in front of me, waving frenetically
to encourage me to keep up.
It is a superabundant banquet set out to be frenetically
cherry-picked rather than considered and digested.
Last week at mass, I again watched from behind, as a busy little body climbed frenetically
from floor to pew and back again, over and under.
cut the footage together, throwing out timelines and focusing on the aspects of Glastonbury -- hedonism, hippies, public urination -- that he finds essential.
His command of tricky perspective is good, but his line is so frenetically
wobbly that the buildings appear to be experiencing the first stages of an earthquake--very different from their calm and luminous reality.
Certainly the diminutive Irishman looked like he was suffering from culture shock as the ball frenetically
hurtled around him.
In each case, Thomas captures the atmospherics of a frenetically
polarizing political climate, for which the crude and obtuse authoritarianism of the state officials provided the main motor.
is an amiable, gumdrop-colored, frenetically
campy--if ultimately exhausting--musical fantasy.
But it is also true that those 130,000 individuals were largely plopped into isolated rows where they frenetically
addressed peculiar puzzles and bubble-in answer sheets.
Mark Kurlansky, approaches the task of bringing thematic cohesion to the year 1968 frenetically