orchestrated action sequences, including a spectacular opening aboard a C-130 Hercules transport plane, are mightily impressive.
Embarrassed, I breathlessly
introduced myself and explained why I was calling.
He returned breathlessly
, and asked if I could translate for them as they wanted similar pullovers.
He said that the entire Nation was breathlessly
waiting for the final verdict over 18th amendment, which should be forthcoming sooner.
Set pieces are breathlessly
orchestrated, culminating in an overblown showdown at the dockyards.
Often, the verve is found in a faithful and passionate rendition of one of the classics, such as her breathlessly
moving rendition of "Summertime.
Of course, I'm well accustomed to hearing those words breathlessly
uttered underneath the mirrored ceiling of my boudoir but it's a rare phrase to encounter in a footballing context.
Bombs away: The Sunday Herald, a small Scottish Nationalist newspaper, reported breathlessly
last week that the United States was on the verge of attacking Iran.
A campaign to save the BBC radio station 6 Music was launched this week via Facebook, and news bulletins breathlessly
reported that 18,000 people had signed up.
Got to get an ECHO," she jabbered breathlessly
before slamming down the phone.
Oh, it's the humourless of the nation grinding their teeth as they watch "the long-haired loafer" swan about his patch of heaven, digging up carrots and breathlessly
brushing off his spuds.
Best are Foux du Fafa, which reduces French jazz to a classroom cliche and Bowie, which breathlessly
traces his career in three minutes.