But Scots hooker Ross Ford threw crookedly
at a lineout deep in the 22 at a key moment in 62 minutes and with that so too was match.
Dent one badly enough, and it will fail to fire when you press the trigger--or be seated crookedly
and bind on chambering.
Many of the half-timbered Tudor and Jacobean buildings still stand, albeit a little crookedly
Then he took a metal spatula and tapped on my tooth, the one with the excruciating pain, and looked at me, and I smiled crookedly
and said happily, "No fain.
I see a pair of knees vying with the pushy space beneath a table and not really cohering with the body above the table, I see an obdurate, slightly sullen, crookedly
The resulting novel winds through its path as crookedly
as the letters of its title, and arrives at a nicely achieved ending.
a half-inch out from the wall swing a little crookedly
, have a faulty
Expose yourself to imperfection: let the towels hang crookedly
or serve dinner a half hour later than planned.
The cover is slightly too small for the text block: the paper sticks out beyond the cover at the head, fore-edge and tail, and the boards were cut crookedly
If staking is done in a timely fashion, before stems develop crookedly
, new growth will grow up through "boxes" and be supported as they grow.
This moment happens in Anne-Marie Turza's poem "Levin, in love," which appears in this issue of Arc, "his fingers slipping among the pewter buttons, fastening them crookedly