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silky

mod. smooth; unctuous. What a silky character. He could talk his way into the heart of some unsuspecting chick.
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And that combination proved decisive on the hour when Sessegnon slipped the ball silkily into the path of McClean, marauding in from the left, and the Irishman raced clear of the Stoke defence, transferred the ball on to his right boot and slipped it under the advancing Thomas Sorensen.
But, after deciding on four, my wife and I were also brought a complimentary starter of silkily textured, gorgeously flavoured chicken liver mousse with a scattering of ginger crumble and sharply fruity damson.
SILKILY SLINKY: Another favourite outfit - blue jersey top, pounds 40, and tailored trousers, pounds 60, with signature necklace, pounds 20 * PRIZE OUTFIT: Arlene loved this fuchsia pink chiffon dress, pounds 80, and chose it as part of her prize.
Dasgupta writes so silkily that even Ulrich's cramped biography is engaging, but it's hard not to worry that "Solo" is going to come to nothing more than a grim recitation of small and large suppressions.
It moves silkily from gear to gear, even when you're controlling the shifts via behind-the-wheel paddles.
2 School of Weavin' & Bobbin' every boy/girl a garden of dreams: croonin' like Nat Cole, Eckstine, Johnny Ace; chirpin'/beltin' like Billie, Ella, Big Mama; bobbin'/jabbin'like Brown Bomber; slinkin' silkily like Eartha & Katherine; coppin' cool like Miles; swingin' low like dues howlin' 'neath Wolf's blues, like granma's chariot--home-gone.
Protective green tea and conditioning wheatgerm and soya oil should leave skin feeling silkily conditioned.
This was the heyday of the nightclub when movie stars, sporting legends and moguls would strike deals or let their hair down at these fabled venues to a backdrop of high-kicking dancing girls and silkily clad crooners.
Some have lively gossip or shrewd judgments to offer, and their personalities--Kinnock, prickly and bombastic; Ingham, gruff, "bluff and meat-featured"; Lawson chilly; Charles Powell, intelligent, dry, and silkily courteous--are rather well and engagingly sketched.
AT five minutes to midnight on Wednesday I shall be reclining by my fire silkily wrapped in my new satin jamas and matching robe (thanks Santa - though sexy black for a lady of my maturity was a tad optimistic).
Tomorrow at the Discovery Museum in Newcastle we'll be tasting some of those beers from Wylam to Jarrow and all points between - though sadly the likes of the Crystal Palace Brewery no longer exists in Newcastle's Rye Hill (it closed in the 1890s) and the thought of Gascoigne Gilmour's brewery in 1830s Gateshead - at The Brunswick Hotel, to be precise - has us drooling over silkily skilful body movements, audacious dribbling and cheeky after-goal celebrations, with a bit of writing thrown in.
In addition, Hansen insists upon the sensuousness of her wounds: "Blood seeps silkily from the hand wound, turning and rumpling underwater until it gradually untangles into nothing more than color" (120).
Ensconced in the sumptuous leather upholstery, The Princess was entering a state of near-rapture as the Maybach wafted silkily through Edinburgh's chaotic traffic.
I've teamed it with a parsnip and date puree, poached together in milk and then blended until it's silkily creamy with great flavour.