ADMIRE

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the poor old creature said, admiring him; "he knows how my head pains me.
After admiring the pretty things, he took out a fine golden watch with a big chain, several handsome finger-rings, and an ornament of rubies to pin upon the breast of his shaggy shirt-bosom.
DANCE MAGAZINE contributing editor Cheryl Ossola asked 12 dancers--themselves likely put on a pedestal by admiring fans and colleagues--these questions: WHOSE DANCING DO YOU MOST ADMIRE?
Here was masculine beauty, and I was admiring it full on.
All along, ever since the advent of butch and femme, lesbians have been compartmentalizing bits and pieces of masculinity, not because they feel beholden to straight culture or obliged to imitate it but because lesbians of all varieties have grown up admiring (cryptically) the male virtues--whether the bodily or the cultural ones--and have found ways of incorporating them into an all-female culture.
At his Craftsman bungalow, Hull enlarged and redesigned the garage to allow guests to sit on the sofa while admiring his vintage cars, including a 1937 French Talbot-Lago coupe that rests atop its own hydraulic lift like a museum sculpture on a pedestal.
The more than 200 gifts on display range from exquisite works of art given by foreign heads of state to handmade crafts sent by usually admiring constituents.