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DeMarco also notes that the illusion lace used in the gown works wondrously on all skin tones.
Fans can exhale in relief as Once More 'Round The Sun sees the band on top form and contains the recurring aspects they''re known for: sludgy, pounding riffs, wondrously fiddly lead lines, proggy pretensions and Neurosis's Scott Kelly popping up on vocals.
Fans can exhale in relief as Once More Round e Sun sees the band on top form and contains the recurring aspects they're known for: sludgy, pounding ris, wondrously ddly lead lines, proggy pretensions and Neurosis's Scott Kelly popping up on vocals.
It's quite the opposite, with the wondrously voiced Scandinavian songstress proving herself the mistress of every kind of MOR pop.
The strings had earlier shown they were on top form in a wondrously rapt Prelude to Act 1 of Wagner's Lohengrin.
Day: We celebrate the wondrously bizarre laws of quantum mechanics that govern the subatomic realm.
They are all wondrously sketched--Princess Loretta and Spangles, the horse on whose back she stands to perform her cheeky dance routine is only one of a droll but glorious cast of stars; each one sure to bring a chuckle, even hoots of laughter from readers.
Lovesey's] erudite and wondrously witty books are unlike any police procedural you've ever read.
Locations are wondrously other-worldly, enemies far more cunning than Call Of Duty's fish in a barrel, and multiplayer challenges are more gleeful than angry.
City's passing lacked purpose and penetration, leaving even the wondrously gifted David Silva looking somewhat short of ideas.
A wondrously beautiful book, One Child, One Planet is especially recommended for parents to read aloud and share with their children.
The computer, which has been labelled with the wondrously adventurous name "D-Wave One", is outfitted with a 128-qubit (quantum bit) chipset that performs just a single task - discrete optimization - and costs $10,000,000 dollars.