I don't overegg
this Welsh pudding by saying it's as good as I have seen - except perhaps Cheltenham.
It has been too easy in the past to either knock Capital of Culture as having been a waste of time (utter nonsense) or to overegg
the issue and claim it as having been a cure for all of Liverpool's problems.
In common with most manufacturers, VW seem to overegg
their mpg claims but I saw at least 45 miles to an extortionate gallon of diesel in the city and 60mpg on the M6.
It's just a shame directors Michael Grandage and Jamie Lloyd felt they had to overegg
this musical pudding with exaggerated performances, songs often delivered in Mickey Mouse fashion and the wit turned into underlined gags.
And if you can get laughs from brash American showbiz reporter dropping indiscreet clangers interviewing celebs, then why overegg
things by evoking Ruby Waxisms?
But our spiritual leaders rather overegg
The worst thing you can do is overegg
the benefits because consumers will end up disappointed and a dazzling launch won't convert to product longevity.
It is finely tuned and directed with military precision: essential considering its cast of more than 20Mostly, this aspect is a minor triumph - Simon Armstrong's avuncular Ulysses establishing the tone and, while Johnson Willis does rather overegg
the mincing gait of Pandarus, Cressida's uncle, it is an effective ploy.
But when you have a hero of such unquenchable spirit, why does Hollywood have to overegg
the pudding until it's a big soggy custard?
In the reviewer's opinions this glossary overeggs
the pudding: Albala could have used these six pages for a quick reference guide to the little-known authors and texts that he cites.
On the debit side, string instrument-reliant score by Eicca Toppinen overeggs
the pudding with too-insistent plangency.
the pudding here, contending that Flaubert's tinkering with historical realities to suit his aesthetic ends disrupts the narrative transaction, effectively undermining the author/reader pact, thereby leaving the latter in a state of chronic malaise.
until now", but that statement slightly overeggs
what Richards has achieved, as though he (or his publishers) have jumped a little too early for a line-out ball and are left stranded in mid-air.
If, as she has done, a litigant flagrantly overeggs
the pudding and thus deprives the court of any sensible assistance, then he or she is likely to find that the court takes a robust view and drastically prunes the proposed budget.