10) He then reappeared in the dining car with an interested crowd of people following him and asked to speak to Xanthe, who up until then had kept palely
Legs brown to black, anal loop 5-6 celled wings are not palely
enfumed towards apices, membrane blackish white.
in a manner palely
reminiscent of [Jauch's] old teacher Pauli" (p.
His mother, watching from the corner, smiled palely
, dark circles under her eyes.
Caius, but the remaining roles were rather palely
The knight/poet awakens from his dream of death to a blasted, post-catastrophic landscape where he remains indefinitely, an undead lyric voice feebly explaining: "And this is why I sojourn here, / Alone and palely
loitering, / Though the sedge is wither'd from the lake, / And no birds sing" (271).
A fragment of wall within shone palely
in the moonlight as Reb Motke went on stating.
individual right and justice must burn more palely
when it is ringed by
Under the blazing sun of money, all other values shine palely
, and the mergers-and-acquisitions decade acclaims but one breed of hero.
More than 50 years later Hamburg palely
returned the favor by providing accommodation for Mohammed Atta and his cell as they did the final planning for the 9-11 attacks.
Showing that Reith admired, quoted, and palely
imitated Matthew Arnold, Avery concludes that the BBC's noble-minded executive "set himself the simultaneously spiritual and utilitarian goal of creating an institution whose political, social, cultural and moral purpose would be to place the largest possible population into instantaneous contact with a carefully governed version of the best expression of British and international thought" (13).
The short faces of the blocks are faced with palely
veined white marble, which adds a suitably honorific touch, but their less prominent long sides are left as raw concrete.