I've seen men beaten to blancmange because they didn't have that specialness
behind the eyes.
Here again Carroll's "historicism" falls short: in attempting to define the specialness
of her own contribution she consistently overlooks the valuable scholarly and interpretive context which surrounds Ariosto's work, and her own.
The romance is the specialness
of the moment and the event and the gesture.
He then argues that a fall in the cost of information eroded this specialness
in the twentieth century.
proposes the development of notions of modified or relative difference among the world religions while rejecting the attribution of absolute otherness or specialness
That those who as Aiantes or as Bishops enter Striking the floor with their cothurni and claiming the specialness
of mystic joy Silver tassels mildness of verdancy's darkness breasts of superb skin I have lived in your own city myself
increases a hundredfold when those realities that relate us to God are involved.
inside his spirit is bonded to a knowing he cannot remember.
But with hope, all camps will someday offer to all minorities some of that same specialness
Our customers come to us when they are facing an occasion that calls for specialness
," said DeCan.
Delectable dishes with the familiar whiff of specialness
are paraded to the table.
So we don''t need Bishop Nick, with a new book to promote, to spurn the specialness
which gives hundreds of millions (and not just believers) so much comfort and joy - by banging on about "inaccuracies".