How To Use Kea In A Sentence

  • His entry into the takeaway arena was somewhat fortuitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • But the world is not full of exclusively charming and likeable people. The Sun
  • Gadafy's striking non-endorsement of the Democratic candidate focused in part on Obama's pledge of "unshakeable" support for Israel, which caused dismay, if not surprise, across the Arab and Muslim worlds last week. Obama Taking Over Democratic National Committee Partly To Avoid Kerry's Fate
  • Wilder grew up loving Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, but his great idol was famed director Ernst Lubitsch.
  • The exhibition is testimony to the common themes that bind them and yet the unmistakeably individual genius and style of each.
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  • Its markings were unmistakeable, as were the large, soulless, jet black eyes.
  • But recently, he publicly crossed swords with Soi Lek, whom he described as untrustworthy and treacherous compared to former MCA president Ong Tee Keat. SARA - Southeast Asian RSS Aggregator
  • But to Mr. Robin there is no actually existing Burkeanism anywhere, making those who cite the ideal of a reasonable, pragmatic, nonreactionary conservatism guilty of the kind of utopianism the left is more commonly faulted for. NYT > Home Page
  • Some of Britain's biggest coffee shop chains have signed up to a scheme to boost recycling of takeaway cups. Times, Sunday Times
  • I noticed a tap for a local microbrew called Prohibition Ale, brewed by Speakeasy Brewery.
  • Evening meals are often takeaways: neither he nor his wife are keen cooks.
  • The word has reasserted the romantic, courageous quality that the poet Keats, in “Endymion,” gave it: “Adventuresome, I send/My herald thought into a wilderness.” No Uncertain Terms
  • The debut in spring 2006 of HBO's television series, Big Love, which featured a fictional and in some ways likeable polygamous family in Utah, propelled polygamy to the front pages of American newspapers and put the idea of legalized polygamy "in play" in some surprising quarters. Elizabeth Marquardt: Get Ready for Group Marriage
  • Allen also captured something in Keaton which can't be described except in cliches: kookiness, wackiness, ditsiness. The Guardian World News
  • Publican John Keating is redeveloping the deconsecrated St Mary's Church on Mary Street in Dublin 1, which is due to open as a bar and restaurant at the end of the summer.
  • Damp casein is very like damp cheese and its elastic behaviour is anything but Hookean.
  • The point is that Ikea sells inexpensive furniture of surprisingly high quality.
  • Check out the pincushion hakea with its pointy-tipped nuts like fairy bells; the teak pods that open up like wooden flowers, and the large woody pears with slightly furry grey skin that's very soft to the touch.
  • Being attractive and likeable can be the small, notionally "irrelevant" factor that helps to tip the balance in our favor. The Untapped Power of Erotic Capital
  • He visited many speakeasies, “from mere drinking dens to palatially appointed private houses where you find whole families, including children, dining together with the utmost decorum, the elders taking wine.” CHASING the WHITE DOG
  • Otherwise this unknowable is not only compatible with knowledge but is the efficacity of knowledge, perhaps of all possible knowledge, assuming the world is like this (as opposed to the Blakean world). Chaosmic Orders: Nonclassical Physics, Allegory, and the Epistemology of Blake's Minute Particulars.
  • ‘Those regs are as good as gold,’ said Ellen Kearns, an employment lawyer who specializes in wage-and-hour issues with Epstein Becker & Green in Boston.
  • The respondent may accept the arbitration claim or object a right to makea counterclaim.
  • Michael Ontkean performs the funniest "striptease" bit in the history of film, and the endearingly sociopathic “Hansen Brothers” have to be seen to be believed. Hullabaloo
  • Music, song, dance and recitation were the order of the night in Rathkeale.
  • We should blitz the streets, targeting the problem areas when discos and takeaways close and schools.
  • Emotionally expressive individuals are perceived as more visible, more attractive, and more likeable than unexpressive individuals.
  • The key takeaway from the book is that it is unquestionably worth your time and effort to learn the ins-and-outs of frequently overlooked subjects, such as HTTP, compression, redirects, and DNS.
  • The trouble then spreads to town centre takeaways with incidents of criminal damage and violence.
  • At one, there was a load of polystyrene boxes outside with the remains of takeaway meals, dumped by people who couldn't be bothered to finish their food.
  • McKean and other professional word gatherers join enthusiastic amateurs in Wallraff's new book Word Fugitives, which reassures us that taking language seriously needn't always mean being serious about language. Sniglets and Slithy Toves
  • Yet despite these limitations, there's something very likeable about this film. Times, Sunday Times
  • Villagers have poured in on either side of the debate over whether to allow the new eatery to open next to the existing Evergreen takeaway in Fawley.
  • Caroline Keady, whose parents live in Withington, changed a fistful of old Irish punts into euros before flying.
  • He offered Angus a high-powered job and, eventually, the likeable Scot became Sales Manager.
  • The supposedly cocksure and unshakeable defence secretary has come under pressure to resign over the photo scandal.
  • Recently, we've smoothed out some minor kinks she had in her takeaway and the top of the backswing.
  • O designer Daan van den Berg fez um scan tridimensional a um candeeiro da Ikea, infectou o ficheiro com uma versão digital do virus da Elefantíase e imprimiu o resultado numa impressora 3D. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Unless Celtic are given special dispensation to register the midfielder for the New Year's Day game against Hearts at Tynecastle, Keane will not be eligible until the Scottish Cup tie away to Clyde the following weekend.
  • Keane's mastery of the holding role in midfield gave the Reds the chance to go out and attack Olympiakos, contradicting the notion that they will have to bore in order to succeed.
  • But, behind a somewhat stern exterior, Brian was a modest and very likeable man.
  • The takeaway here: If you set your decoys right and hide well, water­fowling is a close-range sport. Why You Miss Ducks (And Other Insights From Our Waterfowl Guide Survey)
  • September 10, 2009 at 11:54 am ai spended sume tiem an phew weeksweeks agoe surchin furr mai songlasez. tuk bout 1/2 our tu find thems wen ai leened forwurd an noeticed dems hangin frum teh eyeglasz nekless ai bawt tu keap frum loosin da glasez. This ain’t fun no more. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?
  • This is the age of post-postmodernism -- an age of both inoperative language and linguistic reflexivity, of "meaning" as both immaterial material and material immateriality -- and Douglas Kearney pushes hard against all of this by rendering language as active, operative, and indeed a locus for Spectacle. Seth Abramson: November 2011 Contemporary Poetry Reviews
  • Nikita was a pupil in Holy Family Girls National School, Askea and was known as a very kind-hearted little girl who loved to share.
  • The McKeans must have been prescient about the future of conservation techniques, for they picked up everything that looked like Tiffany, from column capitals to mosaic tesserae.
  • He was such a charming and likeable man that you wanted to do things simply because he was Sergio.
  • The USS Liberty was built as a freighter by the Federal Ship Building Company of Kearny, New Jersey in 1918.
  • A spokesman from Ikea was unavailable to comment on the reasons behind their decision as the Guardian went to press.
  • He visited a number of sites in Kearsley, including the subway around Kearsley roundabout, and left small corks and bottle tops lying on the ground.
  • As the night draws to a close and the remaining few are left in the town's pubs, landlords and landladies call time at 11 before you stagger into the Indian-Chinese-Italian-Mexican-or Kebab shop takeaway and you're in the midnight hour.
  • Filmed once before with Stacy Keach, The Killer Inside Me is perhaps Thompson's best known book, telling the story of a seemingly innocuous smalltown sheriff who hides a psychopathic secret.
  • Please spell everything out for me in clear, unmistakeable black and white. Don't ask me to think.
  • How did the likeable high-flier manage to pull it off and, more importantly, what will he do at BBC1 to prove those saying he could be a future director general right? Will Danny Cohen have youth on his side at BBC1?
  • As a result his friend Shean Kearney, 23, who was sitting in the front passenger seat was fatally injured.
  • While the benneli nova is a damn fine gun in its own respect, and the blackeagles are too, with alot of autoloaders you cant just put any old crap 12 gauge in their and expect it to fire. The Gun Nut Survey: A highly biased, unofficial poll of 2,000 readers on all things shooting
  • The Arizonan is a sort of new Bob Dole; a tough but likeable old fellow who gets trounced by a younger, seemingly youthful candidate, he said. Will Mari: Mike Huckabee Supporter Ready To Get Behind McCain
  • Even rock fans have been amazed by The Decemberists' rapid progression from likeable imitators to true originals.
  • The Kavanagh family is steeped in local history, having been involved in the famous Evictions of 1860 and having also had close links with the Tourmakeady Ambush of 1921.
  • A Yorkshire takeaway owner who helped obtain false passports for failed Turkish asylum-seekers so they could stay longer in Britain has been jailed for 18 months.
  • This telescope is housed inside the interior dome of the Mauna Kea Observatory, Hawaii.
  • It gives us a measure of the indulgent sympathy and religious tolerance which prevailed in this Evangelical home, that the parents should have unhesitatingly supplied the boy of fourteen, at some cost of time and trouble, with all the accessible writings of the "atheistical" poet, and with those of his presumably like-minded friend Keats as well. Robert Browning
  • He drew the tiny, hand-forged skean dhu, the little -black knife, " from its silk and leather sheath at his belt. The Chrome Borne
  • The Irishman sitting between Scottie Brown and Kevin Thomson would positively hothouse the development of these two superb prospects, and Keane will have that effect on Celtic's youngsters.
  • The interactions between the characters in Springtime obviously form a political allegory, but rarely have I seen allegorical conceits that were as likeable as these characters are.
  • I felt no nerves, just unshakeable positivity and confidence. Times, Sunday Times
  • For it is I think that gives the asseveration such grace and dignity, so that a small but not insignificant wrong is done when (on a couple of occasions in Posthumous Keats) his precisely guarded hope is indurated into "his statement to his brother George, in 1818, that he would be among the English poets after his death," within "a future that meant to place him 'among the English poets.' Keats's Afterlife
  • For those who enjoy eating out (or eating in with a takeaway) and thought that by avoiding junk food they could do so healthily, this will have come as a nasty shock.
  • I am sure, have joined with me in unshakeable faith that this crucial test will be met; that the searing lessons of this latest war and the promise of the United Nations Organization will be the cornerstones of a new edifice of enduring peace and the guideposts of a new era of human progress. Cordell Hull - Acceptance Speech
  • This unmistakeable member of the crow family was ever present on the Scrubs with at least 10 birds chacking away during the month, though 30 were counted on the 25th.
  • Lack of confidence in my ability to be a likeable person who gets on well with others.
  • Keathley takes a snippet from a bud and starts to clone it through micropropagation. Science Of The Season
  • As his airfoil “wings” sliced through the thick atmosphere, Keaton began to arch away from the sides of the cliff. 365 tomorrows » 2009 » August : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day
  • According to the Sun-Times, Keane's friend likely saved her life by stanching the blood flow at the time of her injury. Man Arrested For Trying To Kill His Girlfriend... Again
  • Wyoming 193, just north of Buffalo, leads north to the visitor's center at Fort Kearny.
  • She had an unshakeable faith in human goodness and natural honesty.
  • Several times I've been down there I go "down" the main part of my flower garden and I've heard that unmistakeable squeak like a bushtit on steroids and it's come and posed and flashed its colours at me and of course I haven't had my camera with me. Photographing birds
  • But she's confident she can play a likeable character people will love. The Sun
  • He seems sincerely to want to find something to warm to in the least likeable of his subjects.
  • New Zealand's kea parrots started to attack and eat sheep.
  • There are supermarkets to buy food, takeaways, cafes and licensed restaurants.
  • Such fabulously unlikeable petulance, such hubris and arrogance. Times, Sunday Times
  • But United pay his weekly wages so Keane is careful not to tread on the precious egos of anybody still at the club.
  • THIS PIECE OF WORK FOR ANY EVENT, AUDITION, ETC. "party in the usa" @ studio 429 featuring cassidy worley, margot leach, jacki lewis, tanner clark, keara geckeler, and bianca vallar. WN.com - Business News
  • Wee render vnto your highnesse vnspeakeable thanks for those things which by your letters, and by your discreete subiect the Abbat of Lisa, you haue signified vnto vs, and also for that you are right willing and desirous to begin and to conclude betweene vs both, a league of peace and amitie. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • Then I hightailed across town to see ‘King of Stains’ at Bats, where Gibby played the most unlikeable character ever, and so well!
  • He is a likeable enough rogue, worthy of lenient treatment by this Court.
  • She lay on her mother's sofa, watching television and eating chocolates, then had a Chinese takeaway in the evening.
  • Hall seems to improve with age and the offbeat humour here is low-key and likeable. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the camp site is a well stocked shop and a restaurant, that also serves takeaway dishes.
  • But whether you're a Hobbesian centralist or a Burkean constitutionalist, as long as you are a conservative you part from libertarians.
  • Bombeck bought a home in Paradise Valley near Keane, a friend since her days in Ohio.
  • And why do I speak with such unshakeable conviction? Times, Sunday Times
  • Gordon Kearney was narrowly wide with a penalty and then Jon Slattery was held up on the last of many drives for the line before the half time whistle.
  • We had the candles, hatters, cobblers and bakers representing the strong trades in Rathkeale in the 19th century.
  • Under Harmon, Pavin has worked to lose his distinctive habit of lifting and fanning the club open on the takeaway, producing a backswing that was too narrow and too long.
  • The central character is deeply flawed and yet he is also extremely likeable. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jeffrey is very likeable, very approachable, but there is also a bit of a dark edge to him, which was something he was able to layer very well into the character of Clay as he spirals down into his obsession to take revenge on Max. 34 High Resolution Photos from The Losers | /Film
  • Kitted out in a gown and mortar board in University College Cork in May 2002, Keane said he felt ‘slightly embarrassed in front of the other people getting doctorates‘.
  • It's not clear to me from this book whether cook and the variant scot, meaning place, and keag, auk, and the variants sett and ic, also meaning place, are different words or the same word in different dialects. April 15th, 2004
  • The pope has made a openly declared and unshakeable anti-Semite a legitimate bishop," Politi added.
  • Robson, whose friendship with Roy Keane could count in his favour, has been out of management since leaving Middlesbrough last year.
  • Keating and state weather officials said at least 5 inches is needed in the wheat belt to end the drought.
  • Songs of brave soldiers with questions and doubts and unshakeable commitment to what they see as their ultimate responsibility, the responsibility to stay until the job is done.
  • So, you've put down your deposit on your speakeasy and you're ready to start pouring the hooch, right?
  • It was once a speakeasy and just before prohibition was repealed a bunch of boozers were massacred by cops during a raid.
  • The third takeaway is really just a confirmation of something that has longed bothered me, which is that every time a large company passes a new cost on to a customer, I wonder what internal inefficiencies they're letting slide at the same time. AT&T Sells You A Service They Don't Offer, Denies It, Bills You Anyway - The Consumerist
  • United went ahead against the run of play with a strike from Roy Keane.
  • He has called America's commitment to Israel's security "unshakeable," a commitment built on the bedrock of the deep friendship between the two nations. John Kerry: Barack Obama and Israel: More GOP Lies
  • Kesemua percaturan Ka Ting sudah dibongkar dan jika selepas ini penyokong Soi Lek dan Tee Keat masih buta untuk mengetahui siapa sebenarnya api dalam sekam, musuh dalam selimut, gunting dibawah tikar, musang berwajah sembilan dan musuh sebenar anda berdua memang wajib kamu berdua kalah dalam pemilihan. Planet Malaysia
  • They're a likeable, extremely versatile group. Times, Sunday Times
  • All year round visitors are enchanted by the antics of New Zealand's high country parrot, the kea.
  • Scott Keatley—who along with his wife, Gina, a James Beard scholar and Food Network "Extreme Chef" contestant, founded Nourishing NYC, a nonprofit that feeds those in need and maintains one of the garden's more bounteous beds—admitted that he doesn't always run around in a carrot costume; he has someone else do it for him. A Sunny Plot to Feel Good
  • Having rushed around all day, we nipped out for a takeaway, mixed kebab meat, sausage and chips with garlic mayo and it was delicious.
  • Ray Barry's free kick from the right found the head of the unchallenged Seamus Keating and his powerful header gave the Red Star netminder Tom Ryan no chance at all.
  • VAT will be added to all hot takeaway food, closing a loophole that exempted certain products. Times, Sunday Times
  • To tie together a book that covers the colonial-era tavern, the frontier barrelhouse, the high-toned New York City saloon, the German beer-garden, the speakeasy, the cocktail lounge, the gay bar and even the contemporary neo-speakeasy, a writer needs a grand theme. The All-American Place
  • The egregious BBC hackette Martha Kearney – slated as successor to Andrew Marr – was interviewed last night by the increasingly mad Paxo on Newsnight. Pig ignorance
  • Brandon's been a friend of mine for a really long time, but Eric Stephenson is the one who masterfully orchestrated the deal to co-publish King City with TokyoPop and Image Comics," Keatinge said. More from TokyoPop + Image on King City’s return | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • Kealy has always conducted himself in an exemplary priestly manner.
  • A neat move between Black and Keane left Nigel Clough in the clear, but his shot skimmed wide of the far post.
  • A neat move between Black and Keane left Nigel Clough in the clear, but his shot skimmed wide of the far post.
  • On Saturday, the "unshakeable" commitment got shaky, as Obama clarified, saying: "I was not commenting on and will not comment on the wisdom of making a decision to put a mosque there. Joshua Hoyt: On Mosques, Borders, and Our 'Nation of Immigrants' This Election Season
  • Keck Observatory atop Mauna Kea on the Big Island suggest a warm polar vortex - a large-scale weather pattern likened to a jet stream on Earth that occurs in the upper atmosphere.
  • We have not seen a drop of water on the surface; the ground evidently absorbs all that falls; the scrub is principally the mulga and hakea bushes and acacia, with a few other small bushes, but very little salt bush. The Journals of John McDouall Stuart
  • We had a delicious gallop over the sands to the Waiakea river, which we crossed, and came upon one of the vast lava-flows of ages since, over which we had to ride carefully, as the pahoehoe lies in rivers, coils, tortuosities, and holes partially concealed by a luxuriant growth of ferns and convolvuli. The Hawaiian Archipelago
  • It is only with his fourth feature, The Navigator, that Keaton makes the transition to full feature-length comedic narrative.
  • The shop window display of kilts, sporrans and skean-dhu daggers proclaimed that here was a York shop for York people.
  • THAT people have enough spare cash to buy a takeaway is a good sign. The Sun
  • Leave the takeaway menus at home. The Sun
  • With nine holes played it looked bad for Kilkea only up in one match, level in one and down in three.
  • I wer so," he replied -- "I wer so skeart thet I didn't know what ter dew; but, thinks I, let's see if anythin's thaar; an 'so I jest look't round the corner o' the galley through the half-door, an ', b'y, thaar I seed Sam a-sottin', ez I sed, an 'a-playin' his banjo ez nat'rel ez ever wer! The Island Treasure
  • Designer Daan van den Berg did a tridimensional scan to an Ikea lamp, infected the file with a digital version of Elephantiasis virus and printed the result in a 3D printer. Archive 2009-05-01
  • Sich lovely mate-pize and figged keakes, and cider, and drops o 'cordial that they do keep here!' A Pair of Blue Eyes
  • The ambient subdued lighting enhances the Art Deco boldness as the black and white tiled floor and sculpted bar invoke memories of speakeasy days and jazz filled nights.
  • He was such a charming and likeable man that you wanted to do things simply because he was Sergio.
  • His theology is fairly sound, and he is a very pleasant and likeable person.
  • Struggling among the vines, Kearney reflected that they could report that a lot of trees had fallen down and the ground was full of large holes.
  • Emmanuel would do the same and look out for takeaway cafés with pies and boerewors rolls on the menu. Let The Dead Lie
  • Michelle Kearney, the magazine's editor, likes to stand in front of large photos of slashing scalpels while punning: ‘We are totally cutting edge’.
  • Kea, the world's only snow line-dwelling parrot, are widely known as inquisitive birds who appear to take delight in attacking rubber items like windshield wiper blades. KOLO - HomePage - Headlines
  • The likeable actors unstintingly throw themselves into the musical's upbeat world. Times, Sunday Times
  • His innocent boyish face suggests a young, vivid child, a likeable person.
  • Before the white man came, in fact, the kea was a mild-mannered fruit-eating or honey-sucking bird. Science in Arcady
  • Keats sang briefly but gloriously.
  • Even his honeymoon to northern Italy in 1833, on his marriage to Constance Mundy of Markeaton, Derbyshire, turned into a botanising trip.
  • I m going to get a marker pen and colour in one side - hey presto, a KeaneKickmaster.
  • I m going to get a marker pen and colour in one side - hey presto, a KeaneKickmaster.
  • Being a likeable person you get on well with neighbors and friends.
  • One evening the club had met as usual, and Tom had mixed his first tumbler of potheen punch, after "the feast of shells" was over, when somebody happened to mention the name of Edmund Kean, with the remark that he had once played in a barn in that very town. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 9, 1841
  • I'm really sure I've seen this business before… someone who put together a consortium of retired handymen / DIYers, and they even had a price on their site for each individual piece of Ikea furniture.
  • We'd either eat out or get takeaways. Times, Sunday Times
  • I can tell the member that the kea badge is proudly displayed on my fridge.
  • That book has 10 excellent takeaways for time management that can help anyone.
  • A neat move between Black and Keane left Nigel Clough in the clear, but his shot skimmed wide of the far post.
  • Her "Primrose" accouter, a unmistakeable patterned, sailing -- necked miniequip was charming, but less so the be zoologicals she subjected to the catwalk in the distinction of uncultured rights. The Oregon Catalyst
  • Buster Keaton plays a cameo role as a member of this sad entourage of icons who have outlived themselves.
  • They are cute and really likeable. The Sun
  • There's a Chinese takeaway in the centre of town.
  • I think the takeaway is their greed for more no-bid freebees is more powerful than their desire to keep this lawsuit out of the courts. Think Progress » ThinkFast: March 23, 2010
  • When some very grand people came to visit his art collection they were given takeaway pizza. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners
  • Stadium MK is still oddly indistinguishable in texture from the Ikea megastore with which it shares a plot, its main entrance reminiscent of the marketing suite of a rather swish new suburban residential development. Dietmar Hamann aims for the top again – with or without MK Dons
  • They'll mimic the great glasscloth backing (or introduce the soft neutral texture if Melissa and Matt decide to go with tan paint) and they're so affordable that they can spring for a few on each side for even more eye-pleasing consistency. creamy tan Ikea curtain panels will perfectly complement the swirly lines of the rug when hung high and wide over the giant windows in the sunroom. RVABlogs
  • And he made it clear he is going to stick with his younger stars because he has an unshakeable belief in their ability to deliver the goods. The Sun
  • Yet all of this only serves to make him immensely likeable. Times, Sunday Times
  • He came out of the Keating Five scandal (remember?) with nary a smirch while felony convictions were falling like rain. McCain In New Hampshire Paper: Without More Troops, We Won't Win
  • In fact, being typically British, when I hear those unmistakeable sounds, I invariably find myself feeling incredibly embarrassed even about being in the privacy of my own flat.
  • Neither General Kearney nor Mason had much respect for this land of "buncombe," but assumed the true doctrine that Memoirs of the Union's Three Great Civil War Generals
  • Thinking back over all the time I spent with Lea over the last few months, I have this unshakeable feeling that she never fell out of love with me because she was never in love with me to begin with.
  • Calling the docudrama, which is based on the Kean-Hamilton 9/11 Commission's report as well as other sources, "fiction," the Clintonites want it re-edited to tone down its criticism of the former president - or, better still, yanked entirely. Archive 2006-09-01
  • But other than our love of adventure, the survey's main takeaway is that while Americans are getting smarter about safe sex they are still not thinking about protection as much as we should. For Americans, variety, safety and perception are key when it comes to sex
  • They recalled his unshakeable belief in prayer. Times, Sunday Times
  • New album on order; I like ‘Waiting for the Siren's Call,’ but not with unslakeable enthusiasm.
  • Finnan loops a cross into the box, and Keane heads the ball down into Duff's path.
  • New York City fireboat John D. McKean was among the first to arrive at the seawall just south of North Cove where the World Financial Center meets the Hudson River. Jessica DuLong: The Untold Story of Ground Zero Evacuations by Boat
  • He works seven nights a week delivering food for a Chinese restaurant and a pizza takeaway.
  • Other senior courtiers thought him'not naturally a likeable man '. Times, Sunday Times
  • He drew the tiny, hand-forged skean dhu, the little "black knife," from its silk and leather sheath at his belt. Omnibus
  • Bill specialized in likeable but none-too-bright juveniles and young leads.
  • Tucson_Tom: He changes his didy severl times a day woodka: Keating 5 much, SP? Hoffmania!
  • Frank Keating declared a drought emergency and instituted a statewide ban on outdoor burning.
  • Maroulis came back to Kea to revive a family farm and sail his soultana, a very rare traditional wooden boat he commissioned from a craftsman on the island of Lesbos. Dining with Dionysus
  • What I got instead was a gut-wrenchingly awful representation of my community, peopled with unlikeable and unsympathetic characters.
  • Labor delivered several generous tax handouts to the wealthy and corporate elite under Hawke and Keating.
  • In pieces of this nature, people constantly use biased, unfair information about Keane that is half true to have a go at him.
  • Deputy Mayor is to be Apu Bagchi, a likeable and genuine man who though he only polled some four thousand votes has a big following locally.
  • 2010/04/19 PETALING JAYA: Hulu Selangor Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) treasurer Datuk Dr Halili Rahmat quit the party [email protected] AN illegal factory in the Taman Taming Jaya industrial park in Seri Kembangan was sealed and its operator slapped with three notices by the Kajang Municipal Council (MPKj). WN.com - Articles related to Animal cruelty laws need more bite
  • Noho malihini iho la lakou ia Keaau, a ahiahi, kauoha mua iho la o The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai
  • Here, Keaton's la-di-da flibbertigibbet dissolved all of her neurotic mannerisms and simply stood still, gently and lovingly warbling what became the film's essence.
  • Pipe is immensely likeable yet instinctively quiet. Times, Sunday Times
  • The bright aureole of hair now trimly cut to reveal smooth bare shoulders was unmistakeable. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE
  • Mwezi Septemba 2009, hali mbaya ya uhusiano kati yao ilipelekea ghasia mbaya katika Kampala, na raia wanahofia kwamba moto huu unaweza kusababisha ghasia nyingine [...] 21 March 2010, 10: 21 am Global Voices in English » Uganda: Nine Dead in Kampala Riots
  • Unsurprisingly, neither Anderson nor Mone were interviewed by BBC foreign correspondent Fergal Keane, whose frontline dispatch comes from Govan tonight.
  • David Batty's touch took the ball beyond John Terry to Keane, who'd only been on the pitch for six minutes.
  • it was his unshakeable resolution to finish the work
  • He was a likeable chap, but as blunt and direct a character as you could wish to meet. FRIENDS FOR LIFE
  • Gigantism is common and examples include: Chatham Islands karamu (Coprosma chathamica) and the tree koromiko (Hebe barkeri), both of which are the largest species in their genera; and the akeake (Olearia traversii), one of the largest tree daisies on earth. Chatham Island temperate forests
  • They found people post more about junk food and less about healthy grub if they live by lots of takeaway places. The Sun
  • The vaudeville act of "The Fighting Keatons" concentrated almost completely on the category known as knockabout farce. Instant Education
  • The royal equivalent of a Hollywood matinee idol, he was tall, suave, charming and debonair, with the unmistakeable look of his Hanoverian forebears.

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