If, however, Bon-Bon was barely three feet in height, and if his head was diminutively
small, still it was impossible to behold the rotundity of his stomach without a sense of magnificence nearly bordering upon the sublime.
At first, I diminutively
thought: "Psht, the ingredients in these barely require cooking or prep." But every dish in front of us seemed to be on a mission to disprove my prep prejudices.
Despite the grave warnings John gives, I am amused to hear him refer to the Cairngorms region diminutively
as "the hill".
The maximum tensile stresses in PPCP system occur at the edge of the slab along the transverse centerline where the region was diminutively
affected by the prestressing force.
eader forumI am going to be diminutively
blunt and avant-garde today, because the issue I am briefly touching on requires being homely as much as I possibly can.
Though they are diminutively
scaled and finely wrought, Les Nereides' products retail from about P2,800 for a cuff with a heart, or P4,600 for a necklace with a figurine pendant of a ballerina, to about P15,000-P20,000 for the more elaborate pieces.
Parents should always encourage talking and looking at the child clearly and not use diminutively
. It is very important that parents and child care givers encourage daily life reading of books, singing, teaching words and names from their pregnancy.
Other marques which will be featured at this year's event include Morgan, which is marking the 80th anniversary of the iconic 4/4 and Nissan which will be celebrating the Silver Jubilee of the diminutively
retro-styled Figaro convertible.