In spite of its shortcomings, however, the constant tension makes the novel addictively
readable, and fans will enjoy the gross-out details and danger that infect every page.
UNDER OFFER: ESTATE AGENTS ON THE JOB (BBC2 8pm) WHILE the female agents in this addictively
nosey series seem to be genuinely warm and affable, the male agents are way too pleased with themselves for our liking.
Like the book's dedication, like her beetroot tartare with avocado and tamarind dressing, there's something addictively
refreshing about Ritu's style, which makes each recipe book she writes a complete gustatory experience.
Every time MTV decides to retire one of their addictively
train wreck moneymaker reality shows, they end up replacing it with an equally (if not more) appallingly WTF show--Buckwild being its latest creation.
He ends with a dystopian play about when the "politically correct and addictively
amused forces unite.
Men who aspire to and win the presidency are usually overachievers who conquer every goal they set, but they find golf addictively
resistant to their skills.
Understanding how pornography affects the brain and wreaks havoc on male virility permits people to make better-informed choices -- rather than engage in pointless self-loathing or reactive collective judgments -- in a world that has become more addictively
Understanding how pornography affects the brain and wreaks havoc on male virility permits people to make better-informed choices - rather than engage in pointless self-loathing or reactive collective judgments - in a world that has become more and more addictively
The blast hit the vehicle close to a busy market selling qat--the mildly stimulating leaf that Yemenis addictively
chew--in a province known as a stronghold for the local branch of the Al-Qaeda militant group.
The fact that a March Harris poll found 14% of Americans (24% of Republicans) agreeing that Obama might be the anti-Christ, fits with estimates of the percentage of Americans who are authoritative personalities and use religion addictively
Anyone who has joined me in the dark world of Twitter will know what an addictively
unappealing individual Ian Poulter is.
As usual, the responses are wildly diverse and addictively
informative: Who knew that Avenue Q's Jeff Whitty and Jason Moore are turning Armistead Maupin's already-much-adapted Tales of the City into a musical?