is a superbly
well written piece of software
Serbia's best chances came following Lukovic's sending off and before Gyan's winner, when Richard Kingson saved superbly
from a well-placed Krasic and Branislav Ivanovic went close.
And then there were movies like All About Eve where the playwright Lloyd Richards (Hugh Marlowe) wrote hit play after hit play, all starring the grande Margo Channing (Bette Davis, in superbly
attractive-repulsive hair-do) until that young whipper-snapper Eve Harrington took over; though Lloyd Richards still had hits with her in his plays.
Even though the Springboks recovered superbly
from the pyschological hammerblow of losing a home series to the All Blacks for the first time to win all five tests in Argentina, France and
Her eyes wide and startled, Diana continued unwrapping until her lap blazed with barbaric splendor, with diamonds and emeralds and opals and other gems she could not name, all in superbly
The guests were conveyed in superbly
decorated gondolas down the Grand Canal.
"Oh, do you mean our waistcoats, sir?" asked Hunter, in superbly
With that he stepped gracefully, superbly
from the dais beneath his throne.
Musjid rising superbly
from a network of narrow streets and shabby toppling houses.
But Ally had borne her sin superbly
; she had declared that it was hers and hers only, and that she and not Greatorex would be punished.
Olympic Mountains springing superbly
from the sea.
He was clad in superbly
embroidered robes, wore a diamond crown or tiara, held
As if to refute this cautious statement, the gondola quietly glided out again upon the Grand Canal, in full face of a great white dome, rising superbly
from a sculptured marble octagon against a radiant sky.
The principal room on the first-floor was lined with blue satin superbly
decorated with pheasants and other birds in gold.
We had dressed for our walk (Lucilla being ready long before I was), and had got as far as the garden gate on our way to Browndown -- when we heard, on the other side of the wall, a man's voice, pitched in superbly
deep bass tones, pronouncing these words:
Generally speaking anything sown this spring has gone in superbly
and has lifted spirits accordingly.
Smylie made a strong start to the match, scoring from close range in the 14th minute after throwing a neat dummy and breaking superbly
from a Afoa turnover to set up a second Blues try that was neatly finished by Anthony Tuitavake.
Tevez posted the warning signals for Fulham after two minutes when keeper Mark Schwarzer dived low to his right to save superbly
from the Argentine.
The "big prize" they will be eyeing is LTTE chief Velupillai Prabhakaran, who is believed to be holed up there in superbly
fortified underground bunkers.
Less than 45 minutes from Melbourne CBD, enjoy 5-star accommodation in superbly
Spring crops have gone in superbly
and generally speaking are developing very evenly.