Some have such a vast appetite for the former commodity, that is, the news, and such sound digestive organs, that they can sit forever in public avenues without stirring, and let it simmer and whisper through them like the Etesian
winds, or as if inhaling ether, it only producing numbness and insensibility to pain -- otherwise it would often be painful to bear -- without affecting the consciousness.
The Greek and Latin historians do not speak favourably of it, and Strabo says it is very dangerous during the Etesian
winds and in the rainy season.
He starts his new chapter as the Executive Chef at The Emerald Palace Hotel and Residence@26 from his most recent role as Italian specialty chef at Etesian
fine dining restaurant in Velassaru, a five star luxury resort in Maldives and prior role as Head Chef at Restaurant "La Pergola" in the Gulf Hotel in Bahrain.
breeze ushered good weather onto the Peloponnesus when the summer sun grayed the green leaves of the olive trees and the dry hills tanned like leather.
Her own world was recently tested when guest choreographer Helen Pickett, a former Forsythe dancer, asked her to improvise onstage alone for a full minute in her ballet Etesian
The Epiphony speakers with the Etesian
passive preamp, Khartage power amp and cables is $1,500.
Dahlberg's greatest subject was his mother, and his lifelong Waterloo was his own sexual appetite--his seven marriages, various imputations of harassment and physical abuse, and his whole raging ambivalence about sex: "A man may want to study Mark, or Paracelsus, or go on an errand to do a kindness to an aged woman, but this tyrant [the penis] wants to discharge itself either because the etesian
gales are acerb or a wench has just stooped over to gather her laundry.