Under Sir Albert Bore and the cabinet system the City Council has become obsessively
Their gazes meet exactly midpoint in the canvas, fixed upon the central, obsessively
painted button of the toreador's shirt collar.
By definition, innovations are foreign and will be resisted by all but early adopters who are obsessively
seeking new ideas.
But the High Court in Kilmarnock heard victim Irene Watret, 43, claim her husband was obsessively
From beginning to end, the same theme rotates incessantly, almost obsessively
, in this unauthorised biography, with author Graham Lord hinting we may have been duped by the most entertaining literary camouflage since Marion Evans pretended to be George Eliot.
Not that I had been obsessively
making mashed potato dioramas of it or anything, but I was quite cheered by the discovery of the presence of a sister solar system--at last, something other than us.
Most important among these reports are those concerning plant efficiency, which the company tracks almost obsessively
Sometimes they hide food, cut food into tiny pieces, or obsessively
Though it is no longer fashionable to say it," says the outspoken Robinson, "I am obsessively
Just prior to sailing, the inducer had visited a family member who appeared obsessively
concerned about her soul.
They are obsessively
dedicated to internal processes that control business development and workflow.
He has embarked on a grueling drive to prove he is a nascent culture freak by obsessively
watching entire Hitchcock and Rossellini film repertoires night after night and rummaging through volumes of French literary greats, reports the Telegraph.