The brown-eyed beauty says she's hankering
for a family.
, gross, mystical, nude; / How is it I extract strength from the beef I eat?
3 Are you hankering
after one of those great coloured appliances?
Aren't critics of the modernization of the Middle East merely hankering
back to nineteenth-century engravings of old Stamboul and Cairo, full of people and intimate, secret places which can have no role in the world of cars and computer-controlled air conditioning?
The second-tier consists of some three dozen smaller firms, hankering
for tie-ups with each other and with the real bigwigs.
The great irony in all of this, however, is that it may well be our very hankering
for home that is at the root of some of our current problems.
Chalk it up to a hankering
for challenge and a call from a troubled, family-owned company that had spread itself too thin.
With American's standard of living so high, consumers today are hankering
to satisfy higher level emotional needs as described by psychologist Abraham Maslow in the hierarchy of needs.
It's not one of Disney's best, and will once again leave you hankering
for the Disney of old, but it is definitely worth a look - if only for Cage's sterling performance alone.
If you have a hankering
to get a job in the gunsmithing business you might want to check this out.
TRAVELLERS taking trips to exotic destinations are shunning the sights and hankering
for the hotel and pool instead, a survey out today showed.
after a jam, cream or ring doughnut were left disappointed yesterday as all traces were removed before 10.
for fish and chips almost cost a long distance driver his licence and his job.
JAHEIM: Ghetto Classics Those hankering
for the glorious Philly soul sound of the 70s need hanker no more.
Its replacement is so good that one colleague was almost hankering
for the old days, when playing squash had nothing to do with racquets and moving from your seat meant that getting it back was by no means certain.