A PROTECTIVE mother swan glides across
a lake with her days-old cygnets nestled safely between her wings.
? The ultralightweight baked powder seamlessly glides across
skin with a silky soft finish, delivering an intense and stunning glow.
Jane Asher, above, perfectly portrays the haunted and damaged Miss Havisham, the eternally disappointed bride, as she glides across
the revolving dark set in a cobwebbed ageing wedding dress, causing Pip and her beautiful young ward, Estella (Shanaya Rafaat), to face the world in a confused state, continually dependent on others to pull them through.
She is an incredible dancer who glides across
the floor in ballroom and her Latin dances are spectacular too.
He cadaverously glides across
the stage, an awkward circus-freak , his expressionless face peering out curiously at his disciples.
Shade glides across
the skeletal trees pushed by a refreshing December breeze.
The "custom-ironing tip" glides across
facial imperfections, leaving "puffies" and creases to appear satiny smooth.
Author, Gail Langer Karwoskim has magically transformed science and research information into soothing storybook text that glides across
"It feels really nice on your skin and glides across
your face and hands easily.
The way he glides across
the turf reminds one of the greatest Liverpool striker of all.
However, though it glides across
the surface of the skin and feels silky, it leaves a greasy residue which may condition the skin but is hardly ideal.
The result is a consistency in lapping media that glides across
the surface of the workpiece.
(As the artist has said: "I want you to see the swan as it glides across
the lake, not the fact that underneath it's paddling like hell.") Yet these seamless, minimal works still manage to provide a somehow antispectacular experience.
Wilhelmina Korevaar, MD, MMM glides across
the hardwood floor in her elegant floral print dress as dramatic Latin-flavored music blares from a small stereo system, filling the narrow room and spilling out open doorways to the cobblestone streets of Philadelphia's historic district.
De Angelis and Skvarca agree that many factors contribute to a glacier's flow rate, including the firmness of rocks or sediments that the ice glides across
and the presence of subglacial melt water.