Brighter shone the golden shadows; On the cool wind softly
came The low, sweet tones of happy flowers, Singing little Violet's name.
Highland Council's principal traffic and parking officer, Shane Manning, said: "Officers will be taking a softly
approach at first, but I expect hard fines to be issued before the end of the month.
A young nun takes a deep breath as she peers up at a statue of an angel bathed in softly
coloured light streaming through a temple and, as she exhales, a puff of vapour appears from her lips.
We have tried the softly softly
approach and it doesn't work.
Ann Herrick's Walk Softly
And Watch Out For Bigfoot begins when fourteen-year-old New Yorker, Gwynne Franklin, had her summer planned.
After a softly
return last year, organisers are pushing the boat out for 2015.
Composed by David Pastor, performed by L'Ensemble Agora, and illustrated by Elodie Nouren, "Sleep Softly
" is a 36 page compendium showcasing a superbly presented selection of sixteen beloved melodies from some of the world's more revered composers, including Brahms, Schubert, Ravel, Satie, and Debussy.
Joining the Global Transaction Banking team are Keith Softly
, head of Fixed Assets, Stephen Everett as managing director of Segment Propositions, and Francesca Corscadden as head of Financial Institutions Cash Management and Payments sales.
1955 RubyMurray - Softly Softly
THIS popular song was written in 1955 by Mark Paul and Pierre Dudan, with English lyrics by Paddy Roberts.
Which female vocalist had a number 1 hit with Softly Softly
So I was kind of grateful for the softly
Brad Pitt's latest film "Killing Them Softly
," which hit theaters on Friday, pulled in a disappointing (http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/box-office-report-brad-pitts-396632) $7 million on its debut weekend, one of the busier box office weeekends of the year.