But if some buyers aren't heading out east any time soon, there's a New York City option for those hoping to brush against
Cooper's fame: the CNN star recently bought a former firehouse in the West Village at 84 West 3rd Street.
There are few herbs which provide as much visual interest as thyme, partly because there are so many varieties which produce loads of tiny flowers in summer and masses of scent when you brush against
them or run your fingers through them.
He's always fancied girls with straight, blonde hair and tries to sit close to them in pubs and bars so he can secretly brush against
The growth would weep when I would brush against
it so I decided to have it removed.
packing bags, her thigh will brush against
his leg, her eyes
As the coated bacteria pass the tabs supporting the rotor, they brush against
them but keep moving.
For example, he may use it for art hung in a tight spot where visitors may brush against
a painting and dislodge it.
His fingers brush against
mine, encircling the weed.
Sparks fly as various LA stories brush against
each other over a two-day period.
You may have already considered pond safety for toddlers and the need to put potentially lethal garden tools out of reach, but curious children may also put flowers or leaves into their mouths which are poisonous, while uninformed gardeners may brush against
something which sets off an allergic reaction.
Safe: The tie is tucked into the doctor's white coat, stopping it from picking up and transferring germs; Danger: A flapping tie can brush against
patients infected with MRSA, then transfer the bug to others; Danger: MRSA
Place scented pelargoniums in pots along paths, where you can brush against
them and encourage the leaves to release their fantastic scent.
The woman was walking along Longfellow Road, in Wyken, Coventry, yesterday afternoon when she felt the youth brush against
Even a seemingly insignificant brush against
coral can remove its protective mucus coating, making it vulnerable to algae infestation, and .
Nurses and physicians may grab curtains or brush against
them repeatedly--and then by shaking a patient's hand, touching a lunch tray, or changing bedding, deliver the germs they've picked up.