Daniel Day-Lewis also showed up; the normally taciturn actor looked jovial, socializing with tablemates.
New York Times (Apr 24, 2013)
Thus, pride is opposed to humility, gluttony to temperance—two different virtues.
Mr. Medvedev’s decision comes in a tendentious political context, as Mr. Lukashenko, once the Kremlin’s staunchest regional allies, hangs back from key Russian initiatives.
New York Times (Jun 21, 2010)
In a terse statement, the embassy confirmed an “incident,” but gave few details.
Reuters (May 28, 2013)
Fixlein possessed a more thoroughgoing genius, and had completely mastered the whole enterprise in sixteen days.
“ Thrift means not buying stuff, turning down the heat, not making five trips to town a week,” he said.
New York Times (Dec 1, 2011)
One person’s tranquil small town might make another go stir-crazy, while someone from Texas might shiver just at the thought of moving to Maine.
Time (May 13, 2013)
But his writing — supple, vivid, graceful — transcended mere reportage, and his service to aspiring writers was immeasurable.
New York Times (May 21, 2013)
“But even a trifling difference multiplied a million times is big,” he says.
Science Magazine (May 28, 2013)
In trendy, eclectic, overexposed Brooklyn as packaged for TV, even the sagacity has turned trite.
New York Times (May 27, 2013)
As tumultuous societal changes transform Bangalore, many young, middle-class Indians are struggling to cope.
New York Times (Aug 13, 2012)
Manning’s body language was more still and observant, hands on hips, surveying, slope shouldered, undemonstrative.
Washington Post (Oct 21, 2012)
The incident, which took place on Tuesday, underscores growing concern that Syria’s more than two-year-old civil war is dragging in neighboring states.
Reuters (Jul 17, 2013)
As well as unprecedented ticket sales, media interest has also reached record levels with 705 representatives set to cover the tournament.
BBC (Jul 9, 2013)
It was a raucous evening in which people ended up on strangers’ laps, chanted ribald phrases, found themselves onstage doing unseemly things.
New York Times (Nov 30, 2011)
Terry Marsh from CEH said: “Rainfall charts show no compelling long-term trend – the annual precipitation table shows lots of variability.”
BBC (Oct 18, 2012)
The leaves had assumed their gorgeous autumnal tints, and the masses of timber, variegated in colour, presented an inexpressibly beautiful appearance.
William Harrison Ainsworth
Nearly everyone in it is venal, petty, grasping, vicious, bent on serving heaping cold platters of revenge.
New York Times (Sep 28, 2010)
A wander around confirms crystal clear sound throughout, backing up the venue’s claim that there are no bad seats.
The Guardian (Jul 25, 2013)
As with any candidate, you absolutely must make sure the person is a known quantity with a proven, verifiable track record.
Inc (Jun 24, 2013)
Comedians have been viable political voices – both as participants and commentators – for a quite a few years now in the US.
The Guardian (Mar 4, 2013)
Butler’s vigorous manner contrasts with laid-back bartender and pub owner Brenden, younger but also still single, given a quietly staunch presence by Billy Carter.
Seattle Times (May 24, 2013)
Typhoid fever, the enemy which no army can conquer, broke out with distressing virulence, and a considerable number died of disease.
Coverley’s walkers are professional outsiders; visionaries and dreamers on the road.
The Guardian (Aug 9, 2012)
His tone towards them is almost always contemptuous, where it is not positively vituperative.
The complaints grew so loud and vociferous that even President Obama was forced to address the backlash from Lisbon on Saturday.
New York Times (Nov 23, 2010)
The moment before she had confronted us, a silent agonised woman; now her words rattled forth with such feverish volubility we scarcely knew her.
Anna Katharine Green
“He’s suddenly no longer the fearless assassin but he’s actually quite vulnerable down there because there’re sharks and other dangerous creatures,” Luehe said.
Forbes (Aug 1, 2013)
His report did not specify what the issues were, but said further investigation might be warranted.
New York Times (Jun 17, 2013)
Israel had relied initially on aerial bombing, shifting to a ground offensive only after days of withering guerrilla rocket attacks on its northern towns.
Reuters (Oct 29, 2012)