challenged the old man entering grimly
into the spirit of the play.
Marilla, looking old and worn and tired, got up and marched Davy grimly
out of the kitchen.
But her sister set her mouth grimly
and shook her head.
He turned his face to the wall as if resolved to grimly
bide his time.
I'll settle Miss Anne when she comes home," said Marilla grimly
, as she shaved up kindlings with a carving knife and with more vim than was strictly necessary.
He had left us grimly
determined to confess to his father the dark secret of his Presbyterianism, and we were anxious to know what the result had been.
Her lips were set grimly
together, and she carried a small suit-case.
The man's lips were threatening to smile, but the scowl above them was still trying to hold them grimly
But with horse and jockey none the worse for the spill, the 12-1 chance grimly
held off the challenge of Look Again.
As snuff films and ``bug-chasing'' erotic parties grimly
testify, the last rung on the cultural ladder that leads to oblivion is a preoccupation with death - a desperate fascination born of the belief that only a random biological fluke distinguishes a living soul from a corpse.
Sheltered by a mattress, the elderly man hangs grimly
on to palm trees in a bid to avoid being dragged into the swirling water.
Tranmere looked to be cruising but had to hang on grimly
after David Reeves pulled a goal back in the 78th minute.
SHANE Warne grabbed his first five-wicket haul of the season and then helped Hampshire grimly
hang on for a draw against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
But Alloa held on grimly
for the point which, with their two games in hand on the leaders, still leaves them a slim chance of title glory.
Like Pact Ballet and the Playhouse Dance Company, Capab is planning budgets and programs for forthcoming seasons, grimly
hoping it will have a role in the new artistic order.