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and those who look at you quizzically when you even say the words 'social networking.
She recalls her initial days on the job when men would think of her as one of the passengers and would stare at her quizzically when she collected the bus fare.
THRILLS have also been on offer courtesy of the Bags/SIS 500, and while one or two faces may have gazed on quizzically in the shops, seeing interviews building up the heats and final, as has been the case at Romford and Swindon this week, that's exactly what the series has been designed to do.
When you look at Sam and he looks at you quizzically with those expressive brown eyes and smiles, from that moment you light up.
Meanwhile a load of complete strangers were looking quizzically at both of them, wondering whether they were witnessing a mother disowning her child
Anna looked at me quizzically, and declared, "We don't have a formal training program.
Near closing time a lone female tourist ambling along Monnot Street passed the pub and looked quizzically at the sign.
With its unusual story structure, disappearing lead characters and abrupt, quizzically philosophical ending, "No Country" is about as unlikely a best picture winner as the creatively conservative academy has ever chosen.
From the striking first image of a girl staring quizzically at a discarded LazyBoy as she chugs juice, informing us in voice-over that "it started with a chair", we're putty in the hands of screenwriter Diablo Cody as she crafts an astutely observed portrait of small-town mores.
From the striking first image of a girl staring quizzically at a discarded LazyBoy as she chugs juice, informing us in voiceover that "it started with a chair", we're putty in the hands of screenwriter Diablo Cody as she crafts an astutely observed portrait of small town mores.
From the striking first image of a girl staring quizzically as she chugs juice, we're drawn in to an astutely observed portrait of small town life.
The combination of the blatantly corporeal and the quizzically elusive is probably Warren's true stylistic signature.