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suspensefully

(səˈspɛnsfʊlɪ)
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in a suspenseful manner
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Occurring entirely in the first paragraph, it ends by transitioning suspensefully toward the next: "En los ultimos dias de febrero de 1939, algo le acontecio" (915).
(323) Eilmann observes that even in "Over Old Hills and Far Away" (1915-16), where Tolkien's narrator leaves his home to chase the fairy piper, Tinfang Warble, "whether 'Elvenhome' is reached [...] and whether enduring happiness can be found there, is suspensefully left open" (309).
All aspects of the plot are developed suspensefully and wonderfully well, and the novel is highly recommended.
"This," she paused suspensefully, "is the 1890s version." She cut the lights, as if a candle lantern had burnt out.
Be that as it may, 'Operation Chromite's' more battle-centric segments are worth watching, its various heart-wrenching dramas unfolding suspensefully, if a little predictably.
Nadler caps his story suspensefully, with Descartes's eucharist problem: Since he could neither resist addressing the metaphysics of transubstantiation nor endorse Christ's "real presence" in a Church-approved way, his whole oeuvre earned a posthumous place on the Papal Index.
Writer-director Damien Chazelle's second feature film is highly stylized; each scene suspensefully flows into the next.
Suspensefully read by professional stage actor Robert Ramirez, Spaceman Blues is an unforgettable saga of intrigue, counterculture dystopia, and true love (between gay men), highly recommended for audiobook connoisseurs interested in a tale that is truly out of this world.
But since it involves shady-looking cohorts, a speeding train and three hot cars under DEA jurisdiction, everything that can go wrong does in a brilliantly paced, suspensefully edited sequence flecked with bits of humor.
But Pai returns to the spot later with her uncle, dives in, and after a suspensefully long time underwater, retrieves the sacred object.