Taking on the genre is a first for her but she takes solace
in the saying, "You only live once."
Bill takes solace
in his pals but Pennywise intends to feast upon their fears.
Dylan takes solace
in his mischievous grandfather (Terry Norris) and his talent for making paper aeroplanes.
In Charlie Kaufman's upcoming stop-motion "Anomalisa," a dispirited protagonist suffering from an existential crisis takes solace
in listening to the "Flower Duet" aria from the opera "Lakme," on his headphones, and is comforted by the voice of a young woman he encounters who sings Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" in both English and Italian.
A lonely Liz takes solace
in a drink at the Tall Ship, sitting alone with her thoughts.
Chirp takes solace
in an unlikely friendship with Joey, a boy from a dysfunctional family who lives across the road.
He called heavy dust and construction waste his worst nightmare and takes solace
in the fact that citizens can appreciate the work of street cleaners.
Zafar, while languishing in exile in faraway Rangoon, pines for his beloved Delhi and takes solace
in his poetry.
He takes solace
in his good pals Bruce (Tom Hughes) and Snork (Jack Doolan), and the trio have fun bringing a little bit of rebelliousness to their fading surroundings.
Nevertheless, the Frenchman takes solace
from the way his side hauled back an 11-point deficit following a home defeat to Chelsea at the end of November, as a 10-match unbeaten run saw them briefly top the table.
She hides away, takes solace
in a toddler's TV programme and becomes ever more protective of her mother.
The midfielder takes solace
from the fact his boss and team-mates rate his efficiency in the holding role.
Blodgett takes solace
in the many new, young organizers who learned so much and worked so hard in the 2004 campaign.
On putting more roads in protected federal forests, the company makes no bones about its opposition to the rule, but takes solace
in the fact that it was just one of more than 40 plaintiffs that filed lawsuits against the roadless policy.
Living with such a loss, Flocco takes solace
in his son's naval career.