And while the steward shook his head, Doctor Emory lighted a big Havana and continued audibly to luxuriate in
his fictitious triumph over the other doctor.
For during the whole time of their being together they luxuriate in
telling one another their minds on whatever subject turns up; and their minds are wonderfully antagonistic, and all their opinions are downright beliefs.
Chasing down your career goals takes persistence (and incredible resilience), but it's all worth it once you find your place where, like Dudley Williams, you can just luxuriate in
the joy of dancing.
They boast how well the economy is doing but what that means is the rich luxuriate in
ever-growing fortunes while the poor and disabled are reduced to destitution.
Guests can enjoy afternoon tea in the iconic Palm Court, dine in the exquisite Grand Ballroom and luxuriate in
the soothing vinotherapy spa.
SECURE in their jobs, senior management of Birmingham City Council luxuriate in
their contemptuous apathy, whilst rank and file city workers, diligent in their duties, face shorter hour revised contracts or the prospect of redundancy.
Is yours one of the fingers punching in Anne Widdecombe's number so that you'll have another week to luxuriate in
her making a fool of herself?
But it's also an album to lie back and luxuriate in
, its rich backdrop (everything from orchestra to watering can, and musical box to kitchen sink) dreamlike.
two stunning sea view twin rooms and enjoy a round of golf each on the fabulous Torrance course that offers stunning vistas over St Andrews, the Home of Golf.
The truth of the matter is few of us will ever be able to luxuriate in
the vast gun collection of our dreams.
So, go ahead: sleep in, read by the pool, watch movies in the comfort of your air-conditioned hotel room, luxuriate in
the Doral's famous therapeutic hot and cold cascading waterfalls, and feel the stresses of your life simply wash away.
They luxuriate in
regret--as if, by living a few extra years, the Imam might have enabled them to negotiate the morass of their own lives.
The essence of Literature, though, is that the reader is presumed to have ample time to savour fine words and phrases; he or she no longer must figuratively rush to catch a train--but, having caught it, may now luxuriate in
the parlour car, happily entertained by a really good book.
In Play>>, 2003, a brief, dreamlike color film shown on DVD, Finnish artist Liisa Lounila makes the decision for you: Luxuriate in
Now the world can luxuriate in
real fur rugs, guilt-free.