Harvey considered affairs, wondered that he was not deathly sick, and crawled into his bunk again, as the softest
and safest place, while Dan struck up, "I don't want to play in your yard," as accurately as the wild jerks allowed.
In the softest
possible tone and hardly above her breath she commanded: "George, come to yourself.
She is decorated all over with beads and bracelets and embroidered dandelions; but her principal decoration consists of the softest
little gray eyes in the world, which rest upon you with a profundity of confidence--a confidence that I really feel some compunction in betraying.
The next morning, I found the lovely mistress of my destiny, with the softest
of shawls on her shoulders, the brightest of parasols in her hand, and the smart little straw hat of the day before on her head, ready to show me the way to the fishing-place.
They are much more like the softest
scones you've ever eaten and they serve them with fried chicken and gravy or even just as nibbles before a meal.
We in the North-east have the softest
judges because it's mostly a slap on the wrist they get.
The combination of pink-flushed buds, opening to flowers of softest
apricot splodged with chocolate, and alluring apricot flowers finished with marmalade orange anthers, is almost too much to take in.
Bohning's new Stronghold Bowfishing Point is made of 100 percent stainless steel for ultimate strength, while also holding three swing-out barbs to hold the hardest-fighting or softest
repertoire ranging from the softest
melodies performed on saxophone and guitar to the hottest Latin rhythms, with jazz, salsa, bolero and other derived Latin rhythms also on the cards.
And now its swelling flower buds are covered in the softest
fur as though they had absorbed the mistiness of the December day.
However, he may find it harder to dominate at this track on the softest
ground he's encountered.
ANDREW MADLEY (West Yorkshire) HAS handled the Sky Blues twice - this season's 1-1 FA Cup draw at Hartlepool, when Carl Baker's overhead gem was wiped out by an Andy Monkhouse header, and last term's fateful League One game at home to Bury when David Healy took advantage of the softest
of penalty awards to help wipe out first-half goals by Baker and Adam Barton and force a 2-2 draw that signalled the end of Andy Thorn's tenure as Sky Blues boss.