Choosing the sonnet "The Grave of Keats," he lingeringly
However, anchored by solid performances from its two leads and even better ones by Francoise Fabian and Michael Lonsdale as Marion's parents, themselves locked together in a volatile love-hate marriage, it remains a lingeringly
A hotel room will set a lingeringly
There are enough of these fine stories to make this volume well worth obtaining--not to be read all at once, but slowly and lingeringly
, one or two stories at a time.
When asked who was responsible for the Vietnam War, McNamara unhesitatingly says "the President" but softens this pronouncement by kissing Johnson's ass with his very next breath, lingeringly
enough that even LBJ would have been mortified by it.
And of course an effective brake to dwell on that thought too lingeringly
clamped down almost at once: Look who's talking.
, they unfold their arms and gently they straighten their backs until they come to a seated, upright posture.
Associate Supreme Court Justice X had brought with him a huge black ring-binder full of bad reviews, each review carefully preserved under plastic, and it had about it the aspect of being frequently and lingeringly
perused, this binder did.
Nor does it serve us to make her an object of "ghoulish fascination," as Christopher Benfey does in The New Republic, quoting more lingeringly
from the lists of drugs she ingested on her sickest days than from the poems she wrote in the same period--as though the really important question we needed to answer regarding Millay was, in Benfey's words, "what went so hideously wrong for the golden girl .
Here, in the open, is where she does her reading--"Shakespeare, Byron, and Shelley, and Wordsworth--dwelling lingeringly
and lovingly upon every line in which that good old man spoke of her native land.
However, "these patient pioneer women knew that the men burned their ships and took no backward look--it is always the woman who looks lingeringly
to what she is leaving, who watches for the last sight of her sinking ship with a sinking heart" (181).
Fanciful and lingeringly
self-luxuriating as this speech is, it fits Richard perfectly.
W HEN Jeff Goldblum used his fingers lingeringly
to track the path of a water droplet across the back of Laura Dern's hand in the film Jurassic Park, his excuse was that he was demonstrating a mathematical principle.
Many stars of earlier periods (John Wayne perhaps most obviously) have presented emphatically and heftily masculine figures but with few exceptions (Kirk Douglas in Spartacus) the detail and definition of their physique has not been dwelt upon so lingeringly
But from the time the aeroplane door opened, with that beloved blast of baking hot air, to the time I lingeringly
reboarded five days later thoughts of either angry demonstrations or man-eating creatures could not have been further from my mind.