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Drive a bit more sedately and you'll be impressed by the Ford Kuga's ride quality and refinement
Young fans pogoed in a frenzy at the front while others swayed more sedately behind them as Nader Mansour belted out the lyrics to songs including "Whoopy," "Bad Liver and a Broken Heart" and the band's hit single "Sleep With the Lights On," encouraging the audience to sing along with the group during "Oh Wee.
Could not each tree, in addition to swaying sedately in the breeze, actually commemorate someone important?
Start with sedately pretty Corona Del Mar State Beach, then make a quick jog south on Pacific Coast Highway to more ruggedly picturesque Crystal Cove State Park.
The calm composure and the placid voice of Dr Lakshminarayana Subramaniam is a bit of a deception - when his violin unleashes a relentless gust of melody in the quickest conceivable tempo and his fingers glide between notes in a tempestuous burst of agitation, you wonder whether this is the same person who spoke so sedately about the music he was going to play.
The 428i was as easy to drive sedately as it was to drive aggressively.
Sedately paced, most scenes are played with studied melancholy and underpinned by noodling guitars.
Stock markets - and the underlying funds our clients were invested in - did indeed rise and fall, but generally speaking they did it fairly sedately.
While Festy raged and blazed for two days at Spensley's Emporium, Sumday (One May) kicked off more sedately in the Westgarth Social Club with the softly spoken tones of Teesside indie-folk group General Sherman.
Suddenly the car began accelerating on its own as he drove sedately along a 60mph dual carriageway close to his home in Pont-de-Metz, near Amiens, in northern France.
at the university, said: "We were really interested to find out what expended more energy overall-attacking the stairs two at a time and climbing them quickly, or taking them more sedately one step at a time and reaching the top more slowly".
We were really interested to find out what expended more energy overall - attacking the stairs two at a time and climbing them quickly, or taking them more sedately one step at a time and reaching the top more slowly," the Daily Mail quoted Dr Lewis Halsey as saying.