My mother now represented the one interest that held me nobly and endearingly
While his wife--well, by those who knew her best she was endearingly
termed "The Mother of the Gracchi." Needless to state, this inexplicable will was a nine day's wonder; but the expectant public was disappointed in that no contest was made.
Featuring the charming illustrations of Sally Garland, "Nursery Rhyme & Shine" is a board-book treasury of endearingly
illustrated nursery rhymes for children ages 5-6 that includes such classics as "Wheels on the Bus" and "Pat-a-Cake"--and is complemented by a smartphone-scanable QR code to listen to a medley of the featured songs.
Both Velasquez and Alcasid look focused counting the coins Nate (whom they endearingly
call Boo) saved.
From the time she was a humble RSS worker, Qamar had endearingly
kept alive the tradition even after he had become prime minister.
awkward and likeable, made a play of being awed by the choir and the extra musicians on stage.
During his speech at the international Security Conference in Munich in February this year, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa, spoke endearingly
about the kind of Pakistan he remembered when he was a young man.
drawn Harbet wears the warm and cosy hat 'his Nana knitted for him when he was little'.
Chris Hemsworth previously played Thor endearingly
"Rarely has a movie been so endearingly
earnest without ever overplaying its hand."
Centered around a linguist's astonishing survival after a balloon crash and the bizarre events that follow, The Weaver Fish is mysterious and endearingly
Inspired by her own family life, though not strictly autobiographical, Meghie's endearingly
acerbic debut feature is a work of modest ambition and commercial outlook, but that modesty proves intrinsic to its appeal.