Ever dependable but never expendable, Frankie and The Heartstrings
The appeal is based on giving people the opportunity to download the double music CD Heartstrings
and/or take advantage of the many tips and articles on their web page in return for a voluntary donation to a preferred animal charity.
set built up with a hit and hits of the future as Frankie put it in reference to a couple of new songs.
wouldn't worry about too many heartstrings
A quick, surprisingly well-written read, Confessions will pull at your heartstrings
Aichi's robots, however, do tug at the heartstrings
Her move to a residential school tears at our heartstrings
as our expectations grow for her future.
It promises to tug heartstrings
and raise public awareness of multiple sclerosis.
But old hands like more senior magistrate Val (Eluned Jones) have had their heartstrings
tugged once too often and plead caution.
We cannot know all of the practical and soulful implications of what is happening in this western diocese, and yet we mourn for each and every Anglican parishioner whose heartstrings
have been pulled by these events.
But after reading the caption and learning that the pill consists of "melted vinyl from every Diana Ross and the Supremes Top 40 record released," and that the work's title is When Your Heartstrings
Break, I Can Mend Them Back (The Supreme Solution), 1998, one might be willing see the piece as an encapsulation, as it were, of the consolatory promise of a certain kind of popular music.
This might some day keep me from a lucrative second career as a talk show host, an injustice that would apparently tug at the heartstrings
of our federal government, which has lately been cracking down on one of the newer infractions on the ever-expanding list of bias offenses: "accent discrimination.
We showcase wealthy disabled celebrities like Christopher Reeve and Jim Brady, who tug at our heartstrings
and allow us to feel so good about how compassionate we are, while our President signs a bill that will exclude the disabled children of low-income families from the most basic forms of federal assistance.
Whatever the cause, your heartstrings
will probably be zinging, too, when one of San Francisco's new-old streetcars glides your way.
With a compelling melody and memorable lyrics, the newest Hoover television commercials are sure to tug at the heartstrings
and linger in the minds of American consumers.