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This tradition is luminously carried on by Edgar Allan Poe, whom Sims explores in absorbing detail.
There's something all too calculated, hyperarticulate, and luminously cold about Brooklyn-based artist Andy Piedilato's paintings.
Their luminously photographed book expounds on the long history of this nutrient-dense green tea variety from its origins in China, refinement in Japanese Buddhist tea ceremonies, and incorporation in delicately flavoring all manner of beverages, baked goods, and other edibles throughout other cultures today.
It's hard to imagine the poised, charming, luminously beautiful Emily Blunt throwing up on the stairs.
This luminously beautiful book is part memoir, part work of nature writing - each category as wild as the other.
He was sad to leave, he told DW quietly, but he simply didn't have a choice: The shy 29-year-old father of two, sporting a luminously green shirt and jeans, hadn't sold a single one of his tacky goods in the last two weeks and couldn't afford to stay in Sharm el-Sheikh, his home for the last two years, any longer.
Asia-Pacific leaders attend a gala dinner Saturday night that will see them decked out in luminously coloured traditional Malaysian jackets, continuing a much-mocked diplomatic practice of dressing attendees in host-culture garb.
At the national finals, numerous members luminously represented ASABE.
We drifted around slowly, moving gently on the luminously blue water.
This impressive 57cm colourful acrylic version has 200 white LED lights, you also realise real can never be as luminously brilliant as fake.
uk WHEN you compare a 'proper' tree against this impressive 57cm colourful acrylic version, with its 200 white LED lights, you realise real can never be as luminously brilliant as fake.
I have met many actors over the years and, while some of them are luminously entertaining, far too many are precious and self-regarding, taking the speaking of words written for them by someone else as if it were as important as being a heart surgeon"-Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman.