Cognachued leather banquettes wrap the main restaurant, 4 Saints, where mood lighting comes from evocatively
Dean writes evocatively
of the Swedish landscape, which is the perfect scene for murders.
And in 'Since We're Alone,' as he sings about his growing affection for someone who has yet to move on from a botched but once-promising romance, Niall evocatively
compares a girl to 'rain on a sunny day': There's a shadow behind your face/ Tell me what you're running [away] from.
SATURDAY'S stacked ECHO Arena boxing card has been evocatively
billed as "Beautiful Brutality.
It started off with an introduction written by Balaborn poet Gruffudd Antur, and read evocatively
by Rhys Ifans.
Its unconventional form--combining evocatively
simple black-and-white illustrations with narrative poetry filled with neologisms and frequent enjambment--creates a compelling story that positions life as a game and questions our autonomy and free will.
Malorie's characters are evocatively
realised with emotions featuring anger, fear, passion, pain, desperation and bewilderment on their faces.
This thrilling adventure will keep readers biting their nails on the edge of their seats, while the black, white, and green tricolor illustrations evocatively
portray what sure seems to be the end times.
named Talisman ticks all the boxes that D-segment customers have come to appreciate.
performed by Rebecca Gallagher, An Amish Cradle is emotionally moving and highly recommended.
Text and images are woven together to simply and evocatively
show the link between Australia and France.
Rarely seen archive footage of working miners, the increasing mechanisation of the pits, the role of the trade unions, the North East's annual Miners' Gala and modern day aerial shots of the former coal-field sites was evocatively
set to a score drawing on the region's brass music heritage.