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The inexhaustible energy of Egyptians spilled into the early hours of the morning, languorously sedated by intoxicating music and satiation of the senses.
Summer stretches languorously here, with 16 hours of daylight--enough time to savor the islands' patented pleasures: orcas and eagles, kayaking and hiking, and a food scene that shows the influence of a burgeoning slow-food movement.
By virtue of its position, you get a panoramic view of not only the Ganga as it winds languorously towards the northern plains, but also of the hazy ridges stretching away to the west and east.
In the first half of last year Taiwan's enterprises were still influenced by the aftermath of the global financial tsunami and many operated languorously.
Peter Mattei, returning to the title role, remains a lithe, limber, dangerously unbalanced Don with an unforced vocal command to match his stage presence; his Act II serenade, honey-toned and languorously relaxed, was an object lesson in long-breathed legato singing.
On the front door, an itinerant "two hands" painter had sketched three profiles (hands relaxed languorously against car and cheek): Mattie and Edith and Bubbers.
The plot of Women of Magdalene is structured around the unveiling and answering of the story's essential mysteries (however recursively and languorously in keeping with the cultural rhythms of the south and with Mallory's recurrent bouts of "malarial fever").
so languorously that its desire feels like a form of fulfillment.
By and by, Mehetabel the cat ventured out onto the patio and reclined languorously in a little puddle of sunlight.
Out went Dr Kildare's languorously holistic approach.
That 2 Tone spirit comes through on "Tap Tap," a slow-grinding dancehall track that finds her deejaying like a female Ranking Roger, languorously winding her syllables around the stripper poles of the beat.