She's obviously starry-eyed
now and is hoping a relationship develops.
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youngsters have been putting on a show to raise money for charity.
Brummies are being urged to count stars this week as part of efforts to measure how light pollution is affecting views of the UK's night sky.
From now through March 7th, blinkx will also be hosting the Square Eyes Starry-eyed
Oscars contest to give movie fans the chance to submit their own predictions and win a six-month subscription to Netflix.
students gazed at the moon through a telescope one clear night.
Deborah Whitney of Shady Flat: A Dauntless Girl of the Golden West" is the story of a starry-eyed
daughter of gold rush pioneers.
Signed to Virgin Records, Alessi's starry-eyed
, psyche-folk is sure to win her many new fans during her hotly anticipated show.
One such gift from the gods is the 'biodynamic' new effort from starry-eyed
sauce peddlers Organico Realfoods, which takes into account the "celestial impact on crops" of the "lunar period" during which its tomatoes were born.
17) Pierce Brosnan, we still love ya, but we're starry-eyed
over the new Bond, Daniel Craig (it doesn't hurt that he canoodled with Truman Capote in Infamous).
Let's start at the beginning with all those thousands of starry-eyed
young hopefuls who flock to local studios all over the nation hoping to live out the dancing dream.
GRIFFITH PARK -- Starry-eyed
, Mariela Ruiz enjoyed the fulfillment of her ninth birthday wish Friday and stared at an exhibit of meteorite origins at the Griffith Observatory.
gas taxers were politically immolated by free-market zealots who resisted any tinkering with the mysterious machinations of the all-powerful, all-seeing eye of holy commerce.
GCS's Rosner charges into the fray with starry-eyed
Stephanopoulos-like rapture, convinced that Goni is Bolivia's last best chance for a sensible, free-trade-compatible democracy.
Don't get all starry-eyed
and philosophical with me, asshole.
farmer has found an unusual use for his redundant land by creating his own observatory.