I could hardly wait to see what lay beyond that cornfield; but there was only red grass like ours, and nothing else, though from the high wagon-seat one could look off
a long way.
Nay, in the suspense and mystery of the latter question, involving that of where you may be now, there is a solemnity even added to that of death, making us who are in attendance alike afraid to look on you and to look off
you, and making those below start at the least sound of a creaking plank in the floor.
Now look off
yonder to the East," said the old man, as he began to lead the way across the murky and still smoking plain; "little fear of cold feet in journeying such a path as this: but look you off to the East, and if you see a sheet of shining white, glistening like a plate of beaten silver through the openings of the smoke, why that is water.
You certainly don't need to live by the sea to pull this look off
The musical features the charttopping Take That Look Off
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And why not finish that living room look off
with a roaring fire to make a cosy focal point.
EMMERDALE Mon-Fri ITV Alicia's nerves are in shreds as the court case looms on Thursday and David, for one, is struggling not to knock the smug look off
creepy Lachlan's face as the unrepentant teen rocks up at the courtroom.
If you want to pull that look off
without it looking disastrous, simply follow the color wheel.
She was on time, she knew her lines, hit every mark, made us look off
She sang a scorching version of Take That Look Off
Your Face - Married Man was another belter - and helped rescue a stream of slow, sub-prime Webber songs by some poignant acting.
If stepping away is impractical, I simply close my eyes or look off
into the distance.
I was so stunned I'm surprised she didn't tell me to take that look off
my face as well
Supermodel Liz looked stunning in a beautiful powder blue frock, while Jade Jagger carried the new blonde look off
beautifully with a bit of hippie boho chic.
The reference for this was of course Walker Evans's subway portraits of 1938-41, but with a difference: Whereas Evans's subtly differentiated subjects sit across the central aisle from him and are variously framed from one shot to another, Delahaye's photos seem to have been taken at very close range, with his subjects' heads occupying most of the rectangle and their features depicted in sharp focus and strong contrasts of light and shadow as they look off
to one side or the other--anywhere, we feel, but at the photographer.
Chris Kamara made the point on Sky last week that Pompey didn't look off
against Bolton - he backtracked a little bit later but his point had been made.