They are good looking, not intimidatingly
large and can be designed in ways that encourages people to use them," he said.
It was intimidatingly
announced that they were to be 'investigated' before all charges were dropped.
For many years, I was one of those poets who feared prose as an intimidatingly
Normal law-abiding people can't walk the streets without coming across a gang of hooded teenage mongrels standing intimidatingly
Thubron, a gifted writer with over a dozen books to his name, has written a vivid account of his journey, often under intimidatingly
iffy circumstances, across the full length of the ancient Silk Road, from China to the Mediterranean.
A great mountain plateau rises suddenly and intimidatingly
from the Indus Valley like a fortress wall, and behind it row upon brazen row of razor-edged ridges sweep down from the Hindu Kush to fan out across the desert and march inexorably on towards the Arabian Sea and Iran.
The LAUSD might be an intimidatingly
huge bureaucracy with a tendency to marginalize community members, but it doesn't always get its way.
She moved into Conde Nast's intimidatingly
elegant midtown offices after spending 22 years, her entire professional career, at the downtown Journal.
He is intimidatingly
lean, not a spare ounce on him.
DAVE It's, uh, her, well, you know, tough for guys to strike up small talk with an intimidatingly
He credits fellow administrators and the monitors - Morgan Quinoz and Johnny Montgomery, both intimidatingly
large men who have an obvious rapport with students - with helping nurture a climate in which students feel safe.
A man with his hood pulled around his face stands staring intimidatingly
and the woman hurries home.
We may regret the fact that The Nude is absent from the otherwise intimidatingly
all-encompassing bibliography of this enormous and remarkable book, but it should be stated at the outset that Clark would have been delighted to see his hero honoured in such impressive and at the same time judicious style.
He was a good listener, but also intimidatingly
Renshon's claim is that Bush's early fecklessness resulted from being "in the shadow" of his intimidatingly
accomplished father, an interpretation that Renshon asserts but does not systematically defend.