As he seemed to grow insecessible, she was drawn toward him more compellingly
. He was so strong, so gentle.
This Freda-woman was a splendid creature, full-bodied, beautiful, and nobody's fool; but love had come along and soured her on the world, driving her to the Klondike and to suicide so compellingly
that she was made to hate the man that saved her life.
It was the call, the many- noted call, sounding more luringly and compellingly
than ever before.
His hunger was driving him too compellingly
- only - only he wondered if Bill, too, were lost.
Through their diverse voices, Nathan compellingly
draws the increasing psychological toll on Warlow, Powyss and the other inhabitants of Moreham House, while the Revolutionary Wars with France rumble in the background.
ICER advocates against oral immunotherapy in favor of avoidance, but Raymond said ICER's view "has been widely communicated and has changed little since last year and "ignores many key data points and perspectives." Despite ICER's stance, Raymond said his "firm belief" is that Aimmune has demonstrated AR101's clinical benefit "compellingly
," that the company's Phase 3 package is approvable and the drug is set up to "enter a massive market by next year." He keeps an Overweight rating on the stock and views the weakness as an opportunity to buy.
Simon Russell Beale, Ben Miles and Adam Godley compellingly
set the gold standard, while both stagecraft and score whisk the audience through a three and a half hour sitting.
Belgian author Saskia de Coster's spellbinding novel lends a distinctly European perspective to the Great American Novel, painting a compellingly
haunting portrait of life's most important questions in the context of bourgeoisie family life.
Three stories in this collection haven ever seen print before, while the others form a compellingly
rich set of adventures and insights that will attract readers of action-packed urban adventure surrounding inhabitants of fantasy worlds.
Linda Bailey's Mary Who Wrote Frankenstein (9781770495593, $17.99) receives dark and compellingly
brooding drawings by Julia Sarda and requires good reading skills as it follows a dreaming girl with an active imagination whose biggest nightmare become a literary icon.
The result is a compellingly
absorbing saga that is full-faceted, hard to put down, and packed with a nice juxtaposition of action and psychological insight.
, the show also reflects on prior exhibitions curated by women of color and their transformative impact on current practice.