Eyes sparkle with the faintest
hint of creamy color (Bonne Bell Eye Fusion in Rain, $4, at drugstores) and clear mascara, kissed with a hint of blu (Bonne Bell Lash Gloss in Tidal Wave, $3.
Then, while at Camp David with US President George Bush, he said: 'We haven't the faintest
idea what has been going on in the last four years .
DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: One second after Junior showed the faintest
interest in skating, she was signed up for monitoring duties at the local Skateboard (and related activities) Park.
Nothing is more confusing than to be ordered into a war to die or to be maimed for life without the faintest
idea of what's going on.
It always happens on a Friday night when the office computer guru has gone home: you're faced with a file whose suffix, extension, type name, whatever you call them locally, you've never seen before and you haven't the faintest
idea what application will open it.
Thompson fumed: "Coming on top of the way they managed the England players' strike situation, it is clear the RFU haven't the faintest
idea what they are doing.
In some ways it resembled a visit to an English cathedral, a magnificent building full of people with only the faintest
perception of its purpose and meaning.
The ocean gives the faintest
signs of life, and while below the waves might pulse unfathomable sounds, upon the water little shows except a wash of pale light that glows up from the frantic scurrying of krill or the deep set eyes of whales and giant squid.
What Ek did not provide was the faintest
trace of tenderness.
Now that I am a nonordained pastoral associate at my parish, I realize that I had only the faintest
idea of the totality and complexity of the job.
No hunting in the marshes, no wild ducks, no girls, and not the faintest
thought of a book on such topics.
He hopes for even the faintest
evidence, the presence of His least abundance.