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mellow

(esp of wines) well-matured
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J& K can become the torch- bearer of such a reconciliatory process in the region as the state and its people have exhibited the mellowness and highest levels of religious tolerance even during the worst times of the sub- continent's history," she said.
We were not only looking for quality of age, but also mellowness, notes of wood, and something that reminded us of molasses.
For such hard-won and unparalleled liquor, its distinctive mellowness can be felt only through careful tasting.
Also focus on lowering your stress levels with a mind to mindfulness and mellowness.
The second, Julie's Deacon, was 106 pounds of mellowness, but with a strong appetite for the field and a burning desire to please us.
The measured distribution of objects and the accentuated mellowness of the gallery's atmosphere called to mind the spacious, contemplative calm of a yoga studio.
mellowness is provided by natural pine walls, board and peg floors, paneled doors, and three fireplaces.
Concerned by among other things, Mourinho's capacity to create friction, the Premier League champions from the past two seasons would have preferred his newfound mellowness.
Opening with a lively fanfare on the trumpet, this was followed by Dunn with a solo lyrical cadenza echoing the opening theme, before the second theme was introduced, bringing out the higher range of notes from the tuba and its mellowness of tone.
But he has a mellowness and vocal heft that filled the hall powerfully.
In what I rank as the best debut by a female director since Aparna Sen's 36 Chowringee Lane, Shinde imbues a majestic mellowness and an unostentatious glow to the story of Shashi's coming-of-age saga.
That is the kind of moistened mellowness the rains produce and one tends to dive deep into oneself.