So yes, let's wax-lyrical about that.
Heseltine waxes lyrical about Victorian cities.
One could wax lyrical about Palau for hours but.
In Seth's latest thread, he waxes lyrical about the peaceful riots in Sheik Jarrah.
Yes, we know that many eels have the talent to wax lyrical about JKS for many pages.
Ezra Miller, the 18-year-old who plays Kevin, waxes lyrical about his director from a New York mastering studio.
I can wax lyrical about how the bonds between us were strengthened beyond breaking point on the basketball court.
I can wax lyrical on history and politics.
Tuesday night is Waxing Lyrical on The Most 100.
But instead, I waxed lyrical on the subject of childbirth.
Mention Don or The Dan to many a modern jazzer and they will wax lyrical on the Dan chord.
We can all wax lyrical on football, the industrial past, beer and our wonderful countryside.
Indeed, a resplendent Melbourne Lord Mayor Robert Doyle has waxed lyrical on just how important, and enjoyable, it is to be a part of the.
I've waxed lyrical on it before, but comparing ourselves to the USA, UK, and looking to those countries for solutions will get us no where.
Hensher is almost lyrical in his first person narrative.
For a moment, just a moment the lyrical in the transient.
It is lyrical in its movement with wave-like ornamentation.
Cast's terrific, dialogue's decently lyrical in a post- Behan -ish way, but lordy, it's static.
Everything in nature is lyrical in its ideal essence, tragic in its fate, and comic in its existence.
His writing, while spare, considered and focused, was almost lyrical in its use of language, and drove me to re-read many sentences I found particularly lovely.
To summarize broadly, on the one hand, there is a Gaelic singing tradition; ancient in lineage, personal in character, lyrical in content, more ornamented in delivery, more authentic in essence.
Well, actually, my sixteen-year-old self is going to wax lyrical at you.
About Pink Tape A blog in which I ricochet from too serious to too flippant and where I may vent, rant or wax lyrical at my own whim.
And (try to) wax lyrical over the most mundane of things, the most humdrum activities.
Writers, such as Jack Kerouac and Erich Fromm, waxed lyrical over his books, as well they might.
Not sure why it took me so long to visit Marutama Ramen here as I have been hearing my friends waxing lyrical over it.
He showcased his city? s street food delights, waxing lyrical over their char kuay teow, chillie crabs and chicken rice.
Wearing an eye-catching red polka-dot dress, Denise performed the Jive with James and had the judges waxing lyrical over her moves.
European officials in Brussels, Paris and Berlin are apparently waxing lyrical over the possibility of the Foreign Secretary becoming the EU's version of Hillary Clinton.
As might be expected, their styles range from lyrical to surreal to experimental.
Johnson hasn't been this lyrical with this prose since Jesus ' Son.
Kornhauser was next, combining long strands of the lyrical with short bursts of barrelhouse.
Learn to Stick to Word Count For our own blogs we have freedom over how many words we wax lyrical with.
Mucho blessismo, mon ami (just waxing lyrical with the languages!) LOL! Jane x Jason June 22nd, 2012 at 09:58 Thanks Jane, miss you too.
That said I appear to be in a minority of one critically on this one -- with Peter Bradshaw of the Guardian waxing lyrical with five stars.