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Moody

Dwight Lyman. 1837--99, US evangelist and hymnodist, noted for his revivalist campaigns in Britain and the US with I. D. Sankey
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He suffered from a horrific reputation as one of the moodiest and angriest actors to work with.
The set-ups are carefully studied: Zhao Tao poses herself on bridges or on the street, waiting to be filmed when the light is perfect and the depth of focus adjusted to include the moodiest elements I Wish I Knew is never spontaneous, whether in the city shots or in the fastidious interviews.
At this time of year, moors are at their moodiest, caught in the unsettled weather of clashing high-and low-pressure fronts as the country moves out of winter and slowly reveals the first signs of spring.
Thus she finds laughs in the moodiest of moments, but the two of them never allow the tension to drop.
He unashamedly favored his moodiest and most difficult daughter, and his letters to and about her are full of a rare tenderness.
Armchair depressives will gleefully soak up the album's moodiest pieces -- "Set Yourself on Fire" and the well-titled "Somewhere Between Waking and Sleeping" among them -- before reaching for the nearest serotonin booster.
He sees Them mottled, in the moodiest costumes, Of blue and yellow, sky and sun.
Perhaps it has always been like this with Patten, the moodiest of the three Liverpool poets, whose anthology, The Mersey Sound (1967) has never been out of print.