We see him watching Chris and the naked woman, agitatedly
A tale is told of James Watson walking down a street and agitatedly
waving a paper at a passing acquaintance, saying, "Linus doesn't have his Nobel yet
The seated figure is envisioned with the lower part of its left leg resting forward and slightly turning to the left (instead of agitatedly
moving backwards and to the right, as in the Uffizi Annunciation), which results in a more natural repose of the draperies on the ground; the cloth seems thicker, softer, and its more rounded folds appear as if subtly inflated by air.
One June weekend, as I entered the MK Bowl to watch a five-a-side soccer tournament, trucks were circling the complex, speakers cranked to 11, as a voice agitatedly
bellowed out, "MK Taxi
But Renfield's delirium is general in the film, which cuts agitatedly
among disparate views and unexplained events, glimpsed in the flashes given off from an unseen lighthouse.
But in January 1935, while the book was in press, Ish-Kishor wrote agitatedly
to Dreiser, "desperately upset," asking him to intervene in a "dreadful situation.
But it won't win in the end," says John, hopefully, agitatedly
At worst, they may agitatedly
pace the house or wander outside and get lost.
Hi," Fiona said, awkwardly, tapping her neat nail extensions agitatedly
on her desktop.
I'M straining to hear the commentary of some race at Haydock and she's agitatedly
trying to hoover around my ankles.
When next encountered after her wordless opening, Laura has shed her sunglasses and is steaming agitatedly
about her south London home.
replied, "Now Chief, we're just tired as hell of Bull Connor harassing us and we are about ready to just all of us go to jail.
Back in Philadelphia, Lavinia has waited agitatedly
for her brother, and for Zeke.
It was the sound of the bore, travelling up river, invisible in the night, but making the reeds and rushes on the river banks swish and sway agitatedly
with a noise like the sound of excited whispered gossip.
In the next few hours, some shopped until they dropped while others stood agitatedly
in long queues at ATMs, anxious to get rid of the offending notes before the stroke of midnight - when they would cease to be legal tender.