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Never was any human misunderstanding more intricately complete than the misunderstanding which had now established itself between those two.
In the front seat were a man and woman; in the rear seat a Japanese was squeezed in among suit cases, rods, guns, saddles, and a typewriter case, while above him and all about him, fastened most intricately, sprouted a prodigious crop of deer- and elk-horns.
This lady, who was long, lean and loosely put together, was clad in raiment intricately looped and fringed, with plaids and stripes and bands of plain colour disposed in a design to which the clue seemed missing.
Ethnographically it belongs to Polynesia, Melanesia, and Micronesia, because all the breeds of the South Pacific have gravitated to it by canoe-drift and intricately, degeneratively, and amazingly interbred.
On the mantelpiece stood two large pearl shells, obviously a pair, intricately carved by the patient hands of New Caledonian convicts.
Set distinctly in Australia, Wilson's unique and intricately established characters come to life on the page, and their imperfections and traumas are portrayed naturally and honestly through her firmly grounded yet imaginative voice.
Ranging from intricately crafted formal wear to gorgeous traditional wear, the exclusive designs looked great on Ranveer.
JoSeph o'Brien, Group 1-winning jockey until his retirement in 2015, was granted his trainer's licence on June 3 two years ago and has made an extraordinary impact at the top level September 11, 2016 Intricately, Moyglare Stud Stakes (Group 1) Three months after his first runner, o'Brien strikes in this top two-year-old race at the Curragh with a filly he produced to win first time out before placing in Group races.
Rose, 31, was a vision as she headed into the chapel on the arm of her father clad in a billowing white gown with a lace bodice and intricately beaded veil that she secured on her tousled auburn hair.
Jhai's intricately baked a cake as homage to L Bu, a Chinese god of war.
"This intricately decorated artefact a window into the art of a lost era of early medieval royal society."
Hydrangea and Winter, first and second in the 1,000 Guineas Trial at Leopardstown, give O'Brien a formidable hand while his son Joseph has a live contender in Intricately, who beat Rhododendron and Hydrangea in the Moyglare Stud Stakes.