Everything about Jasmine appears half-awake: the tiny gray dolphin swims lazily
against her waist, and Jasmine's half-closed eyes suggest that she hasn't been out of bed very long.
(The study) contradicts itself throughout the piece, doesn't understand its own historical perspective and lazily
relies on one private sector pundit for 15 pages of criticism," wrote Stephen Cervieri, director of sales and marketing for Distance Learning Inc.
Yet Ashton, while living a little lazily
in the Russian-American's shadow, had areas of choreographic eloquence that matched, and some would say surpassed, Balanchine's own.
He explains that he had lazily
opted for a non-graduating two-year economics course, because he lacked the French that a graduate course then required.
On approaching the West Indian island of Grenada by boat, travelers are greeted with the view of colorful lush hillsides dotted with houses, endless unspoiled, white sandy beaches, and warm, crystal-dear blue waters lapping lazily
at the fine powdery shoreline.
Although the book concentrates almost exclusively on blues, it digs deep into the symbiotic tug of war between musicians and their listeners--and rap critics and historians who lazily
buy the premise that artists are top dog in that relationship.
The propeller turns lazily
as the cylindrical shell expands and contracts in full 3-D, as if it were breathing.
Even the bottom of tranquil Yellowstone Lake, where tourists lazily
fish trout, bulges and deflates.
As in, you're carrying the whole load while your cohorts coast along lazily
. Give 'em a powerful pep talk.
The music -- viola, prominently -- is slow, the editing is minimal; and the camera, when not stationary, pans lazily
, allowing us to take in the landscape's breadth.
One species of lemur dance along on two legs as if in some jungle rave, a Slow Loris ambles lazily
through the branches, and a Black Lemur smears a millipede's narcotic secretions over its fur to get stoned.
...They've provided ready sources for journalists who, under the guise of objectivity, lazily
assume that 'another side' to the science should be presented in each story on the topic."
We laughed a lot, fell in the water when my dog jumped ship onto a little spit of sand, paddled past a cow lazily
drinking, and finally paused for lunch along a smooth stretch of rock where the trees hung over us like awnings.
Morning and she pees yet she is far removed, still dozing on a mound in her head from where she listens to the popcorn words that lazily
pop on the plane of her consciousness.
Throughout, his work is distinguished by the extraordinary intensity (and accuracy) of its attention to textual features, and by the rigor with which he uses his findings, both to enhance interpretation and to question many contemporary editorial practices that we, as readers, lazily
take for granted.