Tess was furious when it was suggested that she was compulsively
Shopalimics spend compulsively
for the buzz before taking the item back.
Bristling with reference to the social circumstance of his South African homeland, Kentridge sketches up his satirical narratives by compulsively
redrafting his drawings, more than sixty of which will accompany the exhibition.
We wore wild clothes, we grew our hair down to our shoulders (and beyond), we smoked marijuana and popped tabs of acid, and we compulsively
I hardly slept for weeks and kept going by eating compulsively
and reading until exhaustion brought sleep." In this letter, Clinton does not compare himself to Napoleon and other great leaders but reports, in adult language, on a crashed self-esteem, severe insomnia, and "eating compulsively
"Before, she would repeatedly and compulsively
e-mail her friends if she was ever in a situation where she felt lonely, and she would vent on Twitter," the New York Post quoted a source as saying.
OVERLOAD: Mastering and compulsively
using email, pdas, mobile phones and computers can leave you stressed out
ESTELLA RIJNVALD is a parrot tulip - one of the most flamboyant classes of this compulsively
addictive plant family.
readable, Harris's last installment is sure to be a best-seller as well.
Were these so-called liberals in the media compulsively
destroying their hapless codependent?
People who chew gum compulsively
are likely to develop wrinkles around their mouth, according to doctors.
filed material pertaining to himself.