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  • adv. In a glowering manner.

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  • adv. in a glowering manner


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  • Lista de Espera has a gleeful dance feel, Snakepath's ensemble part sounds like Art Blakey, Bilingual is a gloweringly funky vehicle for Hathaway's bass clarinet, and guitarist Stefano Kalonaris adds a rocky metal edge to the project.

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  • Some hidden, some gloweringly all too revealingly present.

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  • And the student raged at me, both semi-silently and gloweringly in class, and in words, when the time came for my end-of-course evaluations.

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  • Marian Seldes modestly introduced herself and spoke for a minute or so, then handed over to Brian Murray, who gloweringly tore into an audience member whose cellphone had unfortunately rung at a particularly exposed moment at the end of Murray's performance of A Piece of Monologue another one of the Beckett shorts in the first half.

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  • You have enough to deal with just now, with Nan ill, and Morgan makes a gloweringly tender and surprisingly competent nursemaid.

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  • But Tom watched her gloweringly, and when she hopped up to him, teasing him about something, he spat some words at her and turned away.

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  • He took out his new cigar, turned it over and over gloweringly, and chewed it without lighting it, the right corner of his mouth vicious in appearance.

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  • Andy leaned rather heavily upon the railing and watched her gloweringly, incredulously.

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  • In company with a large, black, savage-looking dog which traveled side-ways regarding me threateningly, I thought, and gloweringly refused my offers of friendship, I crossed the Grand 'Place to the Hôtel de

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  • "Well, I've found another one who wants me to tell to be contented, though afflicted with a hundred thousand dollars," he greeted her gloweringly.

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