THERE'S no point sugar-coating
the facts; we've got an obesity crisis on our hands.
There is no sugar-coating
this - it's bad" - Michael Bloomberg, mayor of New York, on the credit crisis.
Lit up like a Christmas tree, this colourful film has enough sugar-coating
to make a five-year-old hyperactive.
There are no real surprises in songs such as Right Where We Belong and Let It Go, although Live For Today briefly boasts a buzzsaw rock riff before it succumbs to sugar-coating
The author, a school counselor, gears sections toward both young and older children, keeping stories simple without sugar-coating
Resolutely averse to romanticizing Papuans or sugar-coating
their own position, Villevoye and Dietvorst destroy the lingering illusion of New Guinea as an intact bit of prehistory.
Speaking of sugar-coating
things, Fratelli Marullo of Bronte, Italy, used a crystalline sugar coating on pistachios--a simple variation but one that transformed the nuts into candy.
These all featured backing from Donny's sons sending the sugar-coating
level into orbit but then that's what this audience wants - good wholesome sugar-coated entertainment delivered by a man who knows how to so it supremely well.
The centres of pan-coated goods (or dragees) are pre-coated with the gumming agent QUICK COAT prior to chocolate or sugar-coating
Rather, the sugar-coating
I am referring to is about trying to stay positive about HIV--to convey hope and the idea that it's not all bad news.