and Watch Out for Bigfoot accomplished with chuckle-to-chortle humour to keep the reader captivated and turning the page.
, her second single, reached number one in early 1955.
The 48-year-old also produced Killing Them Softly
, and although he may love being behind the camera, the Oscar nominee leaves the directing to his fiance Angelina Jolie.
police and the judicial system have taken these softly softly
approaches over the years and it has led to crime being committed safe in the knowledge that the risk of a penalty is slim to none.
Bursting from the inside to join Sing Softly
in the lead was Maqaasid, carrying her 3lb penalty, and the two were locked together with half a furlong to go, but no sooner had Sing Softly
beaten off her challenger then she was swamped by Barefoot Lady who took the prize by a neck.
2 : to tell by speaking softly
and quietly <We could hear her whispering, "Tell him I'm not here," .
BAYERN MUNICH are fed up taking a softly softly
approach with moaner Lukas Podolksi.
That must be it--tired of its softly
approach the FSA has decided to turn the heat up.
CANOGA PARK - He speaks softly
now, barely louder than a whisper.
and Carry a Big Stick: How Local TV Broadcasters Exert Political Power, J.
Kim's voice drops softly
to a whisper as Colibri speaks of her loneliness and doubts, rising to a loud, caustic voice as Uncle shouts his orders or Colibri cries out her fears.
Sweet Thames, run softly
till I end my song, / Sweet Thames, run softly
, for I speak not loud or long," crooned Eliot.