By the middle of the last century, French doctors were prescribing yoghurt to treat a range of digestive symptoms, and claims for these supposed benefits continue to ring hollowly
from tubs and cartons in supermarket fridges.
Italian archaeologists laugh hollowly
when newspapers report the theft of some 'unique, priceless' Etruscan vase.
I have long-standing, Labour party supporting mates who really believed that he was sincere until the blatant lies about Iraq, the freebie holidays from Berlusconi, the spin and Machiavellian manipulation of Campbell made them hollowly
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against his slow moon's climb (l.
The annual moan about the materialism of Christmas echoed hollowly
around the shopping centres as we bought yet more presents and cards and luxury food.
Heads it was, the coin rattling hollowly
in the darkness but they could see which side was smiling invitingly to the winner by the light of their headlamps.
His character Andreas is mired in it, his voice and thoughts echo hollowly
through this book.
Instead we have had to put our own plans on hold, while shabbily touting one of our own players around Europe with the rider that 'we really don't want to sell him but...' ringing hollowly
in his ears.
My friend asked me last night "What's the best thing about being pregnant," after laughing hollowly
I had to settle on "the fact that there's a baby at the end of it".
The "strange abruptness of outline" that echoes hollowly
the "old familiar place" constitutes a physical geographical palimpsest, exhibiting as it does a residual structure from a previous, prebombardment period.
Starting at age 11, I acted in six shows a week for months on end; I was a preteen piece of chicken puffing on cigarettes and laughing hollowly
. No one could tell me anything.
Rather than hollowly
calling staff "associates" when they are de facto low-wage robots, Whole Foods empowers "team members" with real autonomy and profit sharing/gain sharing.