I don't know if the warbling
was a tactic to put Stevie off but if it was it backred, I'd go as far as to say it looked like it angered Stevie.
Campos limpos,' which are dominated by grasslike plants (Poaceae, Cyperaceae, Xyridaceae), were not used by the warbling
I stopped to listen to it, a cheerful, sweet, warbling
Just what is it about TV talent shows that results in warbling
so-called soul singers always triumphing?
Top Of The Pops, 1987, and suddenly Glenn Hoddle and Chris Waddle appear warbling
away to a song called Diamond Lights.
Most of the songs feature a small kids' chorus straight out of the Langley Schools Music Project -- very natural with the pitch warbling
all over the map.
Early word is that Oscar will be warbling
To customize the test for starlings, researchers recorded some of the birds' rattling and warbling
calls to use as the A's and B's.
With his trademark tuneless warbling
and rotten choppers, he could have been auditioning for the Pogues.
Consequently you'd expect the prospect of listening to Kelsey as a warbling
Scrooge for 90 minutes in this musical adaptation of the Dickens favourite should have the viewer moaning like the ghost of Jacob Marley.
I AM always amused to hear the warbling
cries of drivers who, for some unfathomable reason, think the government and local authority have some evil masterplan to declare war on the motorist.
I'm imagining that Bing Crosby is warbling
somewhere in the background and that you're all cosy and warm indoors with the people you love - while outside it's freezing.