That disappeared when the pan pipes breathily
Accordingly, Ryan has been breathily
touting reforms to the mental-health system that Republicans supposedly worked on in the past.
Narrator India Fisher breathily
describes dishes, while the judges spoon in mouthfuls, and then groan in pleasure or disappointment.
I'm going to have to go slow and patiently which doesn't come naturally," she explained, breathily
beating the eggs into her muffin mix.
There was critical contention over the quality of the book; whether it was effervescently or breathily
written, whether the "pray" section had any wisdom or was just pilfered new-age hocus-pocus; all of which was followed by the inevitable debate over whether it deserved its popularity, which in 2006 - when the internet was younger and trend wasn't a verb - was outlandish.
The resulting track, penned by Russell and another local songwriter called Michael Lewis, is a mid-tempo synth-heavy number in which Lauren breathily
intones: "Call me a car crash, call me a fool, call me a freak, so I'm changing the rules.
Her voice whispers breathily
, swells right up to the verge of tearfulness and then gracefully backs away, ever sympathetic and ever poised.
I knew her as the poetess who flicked back her honey-colored hair, thrust forward her luscious breasts, and breathily
prefaced each sonnet with "This .
The man is in a suit, she is in a sleeveless top and finely cut trousers, laughing breathily
It seemed to me, watching events from the sidelines, that the outcome of the vote was a foregone conclusion from the time the Prime Minister breathily
gushed his support.
It's generally a lovely album with Wheeler turning in some of his highly personal solos with squeezed high notes and slurs, while Winstone is a singer of the very highest calibre - cool, breathily
clear and wise.
During a set of leg movements that have me praying for a heart attack (because at least I'd be able to lie down in the ambulance) she whispers, breathily
, "Feel that.