WHEN people talk admiringly
of Georgian England they usually mean beautiful houses in elegant Bath.
That lawsuit typifies the "civil rights" vision expressed by Gilbert Casellas, the first Clinton-era chairman of the EEOC, who admiringly
spoke of the IRS's ability to terrorize taxpayers with a phone call.
Gwyn is beautiful and into boys, sex, and the wild side while Dimple looks on admiringly
They didn't have preconceived notions about what art should be," Benes says admiringly
Stone's films, Hamburg writes admiringly
, "come from one man's vision.
KEVIN KEEGAN's World Cup dream was rudely interrupted by a split- second of German opportunism, but he will watch on admiringly
as Paulo Wanchope makes the trek east with Costa Rica.
As the Greek philosopher Aristides (arr-uh-STEYE-DEEZ) said admiringly
of Rome, "The whole civilized world lays down the arms [weapons] which were its ancient burden .
10 approvingly, and write admiringly
of Madison, Washington, Jefferson, Hamilton, and Lincoln.
One longtime woman friend admiringly
shared that Laura likes to relax by taking books off shelves and Cloroxing the cabinets.
The opening ceremonies had been spectacular, the games were going well, and the world watched admiringly
Although Bernardino knew and was discussed admiringly
by a number of humanists, his sermon content and the "everyday world, interior and exterior, of the masses of citizenry was conducted pretty much along the lines that had been long drawn in the medieval past" (Mormando, 233).
As one contemporary French observer remarked admiringly
, "women produce metal parts as they do sweaters.
These "public" saints serve as role models, to use a fashionable term, who are invaluable for us even though they stand as mountains that we can never ascend, only gaze at admiringly
His great contributions in founding a new tradition of Hindi prose were recognized even in his short lifetime, and he was admiringly
called Bharatendu ("Moon of India").
Before the opening of MacCormac Jamieson Prichard's new Garden Quadrangle, St John's most recent addition was Arup Associates' 1976 residences -- later admiringly
described by Richard MacCormac as 'architecture like cabinet work with the glazing contained within the masonry structure'.