I've never yet had a dog reach the top limb of our buckeye, crawl out on the tenderest
twig, and then yelp for someone to come up and rescue him.
Next came some of the tenderest
Chicken Satay I have had, which was accompanied by a sweet peanut sauce.
The spring green harvest begins when the bushes are just awakening from winter dormancy in late March and start to send out the tenderest
of new leaves.
meat comes from the houses where you hear the least squealing, The secret is to give a little wine before killing.
He saves his tenderest
regard for Cassada, about whom there is "an elegance.
Fray Francisco Jimenez, a writer and translator, said in 1615, "The Indians eat the flesh of the rattlesnake and they say that of all domestic birds this has the tenderest
Red milkweed beetles climb the plant to devour the tenderest
leaves, starting from the tip, while planthoppers suck sticky white "milk" from the stems, and carpenter ants tend herds of aphids on the lower, mature leaves.
Bringing oddball myth down to it's-all-true midwestern earth, this is one of the tenderest
, most plangent spiritual odysseys ever filmed--a bucolic Wisconsin death trip undertaken to make peace with the life Straight can feel away, breath by halting breath.
Songs of the Auvergne (1999), the loveliest and tenderest
of Smuin's creations for this company, may be a reminder that the American storyteller does not always need to tell a story; it also calls up devastating feelings of community as potent as does, say, Paul Taylor's Eventide or Mark Morris's L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato.
Brushing her hair, part of the lover, Part of the tenderest
parting of flesh, Part of what must part flesh forever,
5) The newfound worlde is "food for the tenderest
stomachs" and its author indeed the "right popular philosopher" (ibid.
Since pious pledge, & plighted trust, And holiest ties too oft are broken, Then by this dearest trifle swear, And if thou lovs't as I would have thee, This votive Ringlet's tenderest
hair Will bind thy heart to that I gave thee.