It could sail up the Thames to lap against
"On other mornings the loch water seems to lap against
While the boy rows toward the moon's reflection shimmering in the lake, the waves lap against
the boat with a 'wish-wish ' sound.
Crystal blue waters lap against
immaculate white sand and lull one to rest and relax.
Bedoya put the boy on his lap against
his wishes and engaged in "unwanted and deviant physical contact" with the boy at school and during school hours, the suit alleges.
The museum would have occupied three piers south of the Brooklyn Bridge."He has raised the horizon of the water, in waves that lap against
the base of the cliffs," wrote Herbert Muschamp, who was then an architecture critic at The Times; others effused that Gehry's titanium nimbus, four times the size of Frank Lloyd Wright's uptown spiral, would rival the Statue of Liberty as a New York landmark.
have shown that cell wall melanin also blocks functional LAP against
They might look calm and peaceful as they gently lap against
There are five exquisite restaurants in the resort, three of which are set right on the beach, allowing you to dine as the sun sets and the waves lap against
But ever since then, Tata Steel Europe, which Corus became, has been hit by falling demand and cut-throat Chinese competition with steel prices falling and rising like the tides which lap against
the Port Talbot plant's Morfa Beach.
Every time I come back there's a feeling of Belfast and myself, we're moving forward and up."There's something stirring in Daniel's words, wise beyond his years, as the gentle waves of Belfast Lough lap against
the disused slipways and wharfs, or the beaches further out at Helen's Bay near where he grew up.
As the waves lap against
the beach and the seasons wax and wane, so has a French court found the Cameroonian actor, comedian, and recidivist bigot Dieudonne M'bala M'bala guilty of defamation, libel, and incitement to hatred and racial discrimination.
The fluid, transformative possibilities of water lap against
the psychologically freighted bedscapes.
On the storied British circuit, which was slowly drying up after heavy rain, Porsche works driver Richard Lietz (Austria) clinched his first pole of the year for Porsche in the GTE Pro class in the very last lap against
strong opposition from Ferrari and Aston Martin.
There was nothing better than listening to the merry din and feeling the cold wind lap against
my cheeks while I ate some of the mangoes that the stalls sold.