She was an indefatigable lecturer on dance, even after the severe stroke that nearly killed her and which she wrote about so movingly
in her book Reprieve.
He said Greater Manchester Police chief Sir Peter Fahy spoke "movingly
" about the loss of his officers but added: "The time has come for comment to cease."
CHERIE Blair's schoolfriend Josephine Heath today talks movingly
of her battle against Multiple Sclerosis, and painfully about her battle to get a drug that will slow down the progression of the disease.
Among the other small-scale works, Deep Song was movingly
danced by Joyce Herring, who understood not only its courage but its deep filament of faith.
Sir Patrick Stewart movingly
takes a fresh view on his memories of his late father, scarred by recollections of domestic abuse, as he investigates his father's war record and how it affected him.
THE eldest son of murdered lawyer and Ulster human rights crusader, Rosemary Nelson, spoke movingly
at her funeral in County Armagh this week.
Mr Cameron spoke movingly
of his and wife Sam's distress at the loss of a great friend.
Alex spoke movingly
yesterday of his friendship with biker Victor who was killed taking part in a sport he loved on Sunday.
SINGING sensation Susan Boyle spoke movingly
of her breakdown to millions of viewers then told them she was no longer "a frightened wee lassie".
The world champion spoke movingly
about the exit of his mentor Ron Dennis (inset) and hailed the "great potential" of his successor Martin Whitmarsh in a bid to save the team from a ban at next week's FIA hearing.
FORMER Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland has movingly
revealed that she used to dream of being white so she would be more popular.
David Cameron has spoken movingly
about raising his disabled son Ivan.