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It's no surprise that complex narratives, like that of House of Cards and Bloodline, are indulged at an unhurried pace.
RIGHT from the off - a piece called Sidereal - there is an unhurried, spacious feel to this album.
He is an absolute fountain of knowledge, all of which he delivers in an unhurried and no-nonsense manner.
Dan Bates' percussion on the opening track, "Montage,'' is casual and unhurried, and when the other instruments appear, they seem to be mostly a casual progression, one reminiscent to the lead into the song "Misfits,'' by the Kinks in tone.
Think back; when was the last time you read a book just for the unhurried pleasure of reading a book?
For older parents and friends bear this in mind, The very best present that you could find, Is to spend with them unhurried time, And of all their gifts, this one will be prime.
The story is magical, unhurried, thought-provoking and richly detailed.
Cardiff Steiner's Miranda Knight said: "We believe our unique, unhurried approach allows children to develop a love for learning that will stay with them for the rest of their lives."
AS I stand outside and look to Redcar I can see all the turbines bathed in sunlight they look so majestic slowly turning, unhurried in time and at the same speed.
Unhurried feeling, year unjambed, I plead ignorance
Washington, July 14 ( ANI ): Volunteering our limited time, giving it away, may actually increase our sense of unhurried leisure, a new study has suggested.