out-of-the-world love

out-of-the-world

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  • "People are not flaunting their wealth; it is all about having out-of-the-world experiences," says Simon Mayle of International Luxury Travel Market, an annual trade event in Europe and Asia.

    Rediscovering a Sense of Adventure

  • Men working in this out-of-the-world gas-chamber metal mill will wear “space suits,” trailing umbilical cords plugged into air-breathing and exhaust manifolds.

    Boing Boing

  • Mme. de Beauseant stood out in such strong contrast against the automatons among whom he had spent two months of exile in that out-of-the-world district of Normandy, that he could not but find in her the realization of his romantic dreams; and, on the other hand, he could not compare her perfections with those of other women whom he had formerly admired.

    The Deserted Woman

  • Mme. de Beauseant stood out in such strong contrast against the automatons among whom he had spent two months of exile in that out-of-the-world district of Normandy, that he could not but find in her the realization of his romantic dreams; and, on the other hand, he could not compare her perfections with those of other women whom he had formerly admired.

    The Deserted Woman

  • We had a fantastic time at the Weathervane, with a chicken salad with balsamic vinegarette reduction for me, followed by an out-of-the-world mousse-cake.

    brynpobydd Diary Entry

  • So you will see that even in these out-of-the-world places people do care a little for something besides sheep.

    A First Year in Canterbury Settlement

  • Let there be but the least vague rumour (sometimes I have thought they have not waited for the rumour, but “gone in” as an experiment) of a puncheon of oil, or a log of timber waiting for shipment at an out-of-the-world, one house port, one of these vessels will bear down on that port, and have that cargo.

    Travels in West Africa

  • This you may accept as one reason for my having lived in such an out-of-the-world spot for so many years.

    The Argosy Vol. 51, No. 4, April, 1891

  • Living as these people do in such an out-of-the-world spot, I am surprised at the level they have reached.

    Three Years in Tristan da Cunha

  • So hither we came, for an out-of-the-world spot like this was just what we wanted.

    Humorous Masterpieces from American Literature

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