Then, just when you think you’ve never touched anything finer, they turn around and whisper “shahtoosh,” laying out the finest Kashmir wool of all, taken from the throat of the ibex and woven so finely that one can pass a shawl right through a wedding ring.
We offer a wide selection of fine art from outside of our specialty Australia and New Zealand region.
It is fine and has a very large surface area.
The black (Wet'N Dry) for fine work and painted surfaces.
Barcelona and Granada possess greater architecture, and many Spanish cities have finer natural attributes.
In the third race, Murphy consolidated his weekend with a fine second place finish to Bright, while Kelly, starting from the rear of grid in 30th place, produced one of the drives of the season to finish fifth.
He went there with me and selected some of the finest trees.
Roswell's Liz (Siri Appleby) and Max (Jason Behr) are fine-tuned combinations of poise, awkwardness, and eloquence.
If you can’t be here when all the horses and breeders are, at least have a look at the fine portal of the 16th-century Igreja Matriz and a couple of small art museums in town, one the remarkable Museu de Fotografia Carlos Relvas.
Inside are fine icons, copies of which can be bought in the gift shop in the museum.
Managers and licencees face fines of up to $10,000.
I like to watch with the sound off, because the sports pundits are no better than the policy pundits, and if I fall asleep during the game, that's fine.
(Of course, if you read the fine print, it only promised to bring such a proposal up for a vote.)
Circle Pacific has long standing relationships with those companies that import fine products into the main centres of the world.
The Melaka uses the EPT3600-14B board, the same board that it is the DX77/88/99, they all have a course and a fine clarifier, so I figured why can't the Melaka, well it can!
Its a very early and fine old German toy, and even though it has seen better days this example still displays very well, and would look fine in any pre war German tinplate collection.
Beginners and experts can enjoy the finest fishing in high country streams, lakes and rivers or oceans, all within easy reach of Clearwater.
The Jardín Botánico Soledad, 18 km (11 miles) outside Cienfuegos on the road to Trinidad, is the oldest botanical garden in Cuba (it dates to 1899) and one of the finest tropical gardens in the world.
On Rua General Alberta da Silveira, the tiny chapel Igreja de Santo António, an exuberant gilt Baroque work and one of the Algarve’s finest churches, was rebuilt soon after the earthquake.
The record feels like a stroll down the finest moments of the band's career, though it is still another step forward into the evolving 'sound' one has come to associate with the band.
It is more than 20 years since David Williamson's fine play Sons of Cain described this intimidation, and little has changed.
Which is fine, because wipes that are too wet must then be followed up with several dry-cloth swipes, which can irritate the skin.
It's our job to collect and enforce fines - including fines imposed in Court and fines resulting from unpaid infringement tickets (e.g.
This is Paul's finest Paraliminal Tape to date.
From the top rows of seats you can enjoy a grand view of the Arcadian Way, the city’s colonnaded main street, once lined with fine statues, and lit by oil lamps at night.
It is fine to say that parents are responsible for what their children read.
It also has some of New Zealand's finest eighteenth century architecture, such as the Municipal Chambers, the First Presbyterian Church, and many other fine buildings can be found around the city center.
In other words, this book has a jarring lack of a strong single voice, despite a knack for often finding a fine turn-of-phrase or a clever word choice.
Described as a poet/architect from Wellington, while there is fine structure here (the poems read well back to front at almost any point) it is obvious that Melling is a true poet at heart.
It was initiated during a burst of city planning after the 1906 earthquake, and the early structures — note especially the black-and-gold-domed, recently renovated City Hall — form the finest grouping of French Renaissance–style architecture in the country.
If you’re not familiar with baseball’s finer points, most fans in the friendly, vociferous, 34,000-strong crowd would love to talk you through them.
Resembling, yet not flatly derivative of, an Asian rice dish, a Capri bowl confidently walks that fine line between elegance and edge--and was on sale last weekend for $4.99.
Fancier fonts are fine for a page heading though.)
For evening dining, there are many fine restaurants within easy walking or driving distance.
The story doesn't say, but "Today's Papers" guesses these fines don't represent as much of a dent to the bankers as the uninsured losses did to the elderly investors.
It is home to some of the finest Rainbow and Brown trout in the world.
The fine level for infringement notices will be as follows: 452878
The crime was not worth being charged $1000 fine.
Jury panel in fine apparel (5) 94377
Look out for a number of fine Italian mansions in the plains around Kambos.
You can buy anything from a reproduction icon to a genuine Fabergé egg, plus jewelry of the finest quality and designer clothing by the most desirable names.
Malaysia has done a fine job of giving visitors access to its natural treasures without “taming” them too much.
Directly east on Calle San Miguel, between Calles Ronda and Mazón, is the fine and surprising Museo Napoleónico.
A big, rich, unctuous, almost oily texture, with a fine crisp acidity and very long, concentrated flavours.
Led by international, Suzie Pearce, with fine support from players such as Jan Loader and Rowan Cass the team racked up some big wins.
Climb the narrow staircase to the roof of the mosque for a fine view of the fort.