With the enthusiasm of a young artist she drew from the keys strains that seemed marvelously
beautiful to Mam'selle Pauline, who stood enraptured near her.
They say Semenova acts marvelously
. Count Pierre never used to forget us.
The Percerin of that period was a Huguenot, like Ambrose Pare, and had been spared by the Queen of Navarre, the beautiful Margot, as they used to write and say, too, in those days; because, in sooth, he was the only one who could make for her those wonderful riding-habits which she so loved to wear, seeing that they were marvelously
well suited to hide certain anatomical defects, which the Queen of Navarre used very studiously to conceal.
He who at the moment occupied the upper step kept his adversaries marvelously
Some of the singers from students of the Alhamra Academy of Performing Arts and general public had marvelously
blessed voice, which was enjoyed by the audience.
The penetrating gaze that 'looks straight into the human heart' and the realistic depiction of the human form is marvelously
It's a very effective, clean, and inexpensive method that works marvelously
In his message of felicitation, the Chief Minister has said that the players of Pakistan XI have won the Independence Cup by playing marvelously
and they have accorded the opportunity of happiness to the people.
When Akiva Weisinger first invited me to join his newly-minted Facebook group–the marvelously
named "God Save Us From Your Opinion: A Place For Serious Discussion of Judaism"–back in August of 2014, I was definitely skeptical.
Stunningly shot and marvelously
edited to capture the rhythms of the game, the pic transcends its subject much in the way Roger Angell's essays on baseball offer rare pleasures even to those uninterested in the game.
There is also a glossary and a marvelously
Its pulsing pentameter sustains the voice of a marvelously
vivid character, alternately eerie and moving.