'It's VERY provoking,' Humpty Dumpty said after a long silence, looking away from Alice as he spoke, 'to be called an egg-- VERY!'
'Some people,' said Humpty Dumpty, looking away from her as usual, 'have no more sense than a baby!'
Rigg, quietly, without looking away from
Older adults performed just as well as younger adults in tests involving looking away from
an object appearing on the screen.
Notice, too, how skipper Tom Bach, fellow defender Tommy Morren and goalkeeper Sam Cooper are all looking away from
the camera, apparently disinterested.
Dr Natasha Merat of Leeds University's Institute for Transport Studies said: "Looking away from
the road can lead to increased brake reaction time and likelihood of straying out of your lane."
Pilkington, though, said: "Our plan at the start of the season was to survive and we are not looking away from
that because if you take your eye off it then you start doing things you are not supposed to do.
A movie to make you avoid tattooed men in shades for the rest of your life, David Cronenberg's latest effort is a gruesome and totally gripping affair, even if you may spend large chunks of it looking away from
enemies as everyone else's enemies, looking away from
Sam's story is inspirational and Hallman makes us cry but also makes us stop looking away from
The Russian is initiated by looking away from
Developers are looking away from
traditional hotspot locations below 96th Street to procure prime Harlem locations heretofore undervalued, properties that are now leaping off-market at a furious pace.
Betty is a potrait of sorts, painted from a photograph of the artist's daughter posed, like Ingres' The Bather at Valpincon, 1808, so that she is looking away from
Redknapp appeared to be looking away from
the direction from which Cahill is coming.
From the coil-glide position [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 3 OMITTED], the pitcher steps forward onto an imaginary 45 [degrees] line (the white chalk line in [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 4 OMITTED]) and throws to the first baseman [ILLUSTRATION FOR PHOTO 5 OMITTED] without ever looking away from