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my fine horseman of the lissom hands, over the brow of the hill.
Bertrand, Trimark, Lissom, Chiefswood and Chou, in the case of any Cashless Exercise of Warrants assuming for illustrative purposes that the market price of the Corporation's common shares at the time of any such Cashless Exercise is equal to the closing price of the common shares on March 25, 2013, and assuming no other Cashless Exercises.
These were particularly telling in perhaps the works where we would least expect them: Beethoven's Pastorale Sonata, lissom, neatlyarticulated, its pastel colours poetically painted, and above all, in the ground-breaking Waldstein Sonata.
Head of Highgate red watch, Neil Rooker, and his lankily lissom mate, shake their heads.
Sashaying down the ramp in some eye-catching inner wear, lissom international models turned on the heat by showcasing some of the spectacular designs by Indian designers from their collection of Spring-Summer season.
As a boy, he had peopled the dark with wickedly dark companions, one of whom--Laila--had been a lissom, grey-eyed catgirl who continued to prowl the dark alleys of his teen years, guarding his secrets, stalking his enemies, sharing his bed.
Her parents were Robert Rentchler and Kerlin Sanders Rentchler Lissom.
She was so light and lissom, fleet of foot; Her slender body had a sapling's grace.
At first we encounter the tortured obsession of the speaker with the young object of desire: 'Til tell you what they think: you're too old to be / shaken by such a lissom young woman, to need her / in spite of your scarred trunk and trembling hand, / your head rustles with thoughts of her like the cedar / in March, you blaze in her praise like a sea-almond, / the crab scrawls your letters then hides them, / certain that she would never understand.
Unless I go as one of those "sexy Jane" types, so beloved of teenage girls with lissom limbs and clear skin (precisely why I'm NOT) then it's stout boots, a pith helmet and a Victorian lady's maxi-skirt, which, though it may well have rocked Tarzan's world, is certainly not rocking mine.
BALLERINA - NICOLE KIDMAN/ AUDREY HEPBURN BALLERINA - NICOLE KIDMAN/ AUDREY HEPBURN Ballerinas are lithe, lissom and elegant with a tiny waist and small bust.
The resulting structural lattice has a surprising delicacy, reinforced by the slender steel pylons that rise through the copse like lissom tree trunks.