"Technically," joked Giovanni, "she's your boss on this one." Aljaz, smirkingly
The Treasury's use of the gravity model of trade and productive potential, which underlies its smirkingly
pessimistic view of the longer-term impact of Brexit, completely ignores the crucial political and institutional context.
We wanted to hear what really happened that night you took Charli out on the Thames in a speedboat bought on Gumtree to "pull women", as you smirkingly
Take it from me, smirkingly
obese is worse than morbidly obese.
(Arnold, whose unerring facility with very young child performers is repeatedly proven here, paints this glum home life in achingly specific strokes: One kid's befuddled attack on a shrink-wrapped chicken is a short film on its own.) When she meets a gaggle of similarly disaffected young misfits at the aforementioned Walmart, she's immediately drawn to their smirkingly
charismatic leader Jake (Shia LaBeouf, sporting his own ratty braid and facial piercings), a kind of enigmatic Pied Piper for the douche-bro generation.
(8) In an odd art-meets-life moment after watching Strangerland, I found myself catcalled by a man in a passing car, who looked at me in the same manner--coldly, smirkingly
--that Catherine and Lily are many times in the film.
The jelly had been caramelized, brA'leed actually, with a torch that Ben-Israel smirkingly
dubbed "the Flame of the Maccabee."
In the context in which figures in public life are calling for Julian Assange's elimination as a cyberterrorist, to go on television and smirkingly
call for his assassination is to join the braying hounds.
The Democrats will be juked into the equally unhappy position of explaining how a bankrupt US Treasury pays for a more equitable system--and the insurance companies will sit smirkingly
on the sidelines watching both parties fail to address the necessary severe disciplining of the insurance racket.