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- adv. In a fascinating manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fascinating manner; alluringly; charmingly.
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- adv. in a fascinating manner
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First, we had the Klingon War (and we gained Worf as a regular cast member, and he would blossom into a fascinatingly rounded character as he went through his second TV series).
One of our favorite films of the past year, The Merry Gentleman is a fascinatingly opaque bit of filmmaking that lingers with you long after its credits fade.
The change of names is a fascinatingly evasive strategy in a life that was otherwise focused on ramming straight ahead.
With samples from both the seminal 1983 hip-hop flick Wild Style and Nas's own recorded debut on Main Source's 1991 posse cut Live At The Barbecue, opening track The Genesis set the tone for listeners; this was a record both reassuringly traditional and fascinatingly futuristic.
Additionally, as Gabe discussed recently, these shibboleths distract from the true pleasure of studying language, which is an amazingly rich and fascinatingly complicated system — but instead of being exposed to the excitement of unsolved questions in linguistics, people are instead being drilled on arbitrary and unnecessary rules.
Both of them, in addressing her relationship with age and with dance, show us fascinatingly contrasted views of Guillem herself.
McCarthy's world of moral dilemmas and good deeds is fascinatingly real, with people doing the wrong thing and then finding the right reason.
Here, Richard Nicholson's photography of darkrooms is fascinatingly space-age, while Lewis Durham from youthful rhythm'n'blues jump outfit Kitty Daisy & Lewis has set up a mono recording studio – book in for 30-minute sessions to lay down your playing, talking or caterwauling straight on to a one-off record.
Two coming auctions will spotlight the fascinatingly different worlds of Lucian Freud and David Hockney as printmakers.
This month, the Berkeley Rep presented the regional premiere of Ghost Light, a fascinatingly messy and mesmerizing dramedy that becomes curiously courageous and cathartic as its protagonist bounces back and forth between moments of insight and intransigence.