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  • adverb In a spellbinding manner.


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  • Between 60 and 41 yesterday we included a four-sided memoir of a one-of-a-kind childhood, a big retrospective from a master of the short-short-short story, a delirious trilogy-ender from the Demon Dog himself, a tiny and spellbindingly lovely novel of memory, and a travel tale far smarter than its sexpot cover would lead you to think.

    October 2009

  • "Flamenco Hoy" is more decorative than dramatic, a series of set-pieces that aims to honor an art that is based on the spellbindingly unset.

    A Broad View of Flamenco

  • Landa is one of the most spellbindingly despicable characters written for the screen.

    'Inglourious Basterds' wages a thrilling, powerful war

  • Bronzino's seamless blending of the sacred and the secular eventually drew the fire of Counter-Reformation critics – he included portraits and portrait-like figures in religious works, above all in the spellbindingly risqué altarpiece Descent of Christ into Limbo (1552).

    Bronzino's Medici portraits – review

  • Are the xx the first pop act you can imagine being on ECM – the flat, cryptic titles, all those gleaming bare bones, the limpid, ultra-sparse propulsion, the sedate intensity, either spellbindingly beautiful or frustratingly repetitive?

    Paul Morley on music: In search of shifting sounds

  • Enter Gaby and her spellbindingly handsome Neopolitano husband, Gianpaolo De Felice, along with the original partners, Maria and Larry Baum who happened to be the landlords of the charming cottage that is home to this restaurant.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Eats Where? In The Hamptons Part 2 Tutto ll Giorno

  • Sherrill tells the spellbindingly beautiful and affecting story of

    March 2008

  • Sherrill tells the spellbindingly beautiful and affecting story of

    An Amazon.com Books Blog featuring news, reviews, interviews and guest author blogs.

  • I'm rereading Jane Eyre at the moment (not right now - right now I'm sitting at my desk at work pretending to show a vague interest in a pile of show setups that keep nudging my left elbow in a 'do me' kind of way), and I'd forgotten how utterly spellbindingly brilliant it is.

    The One With The Novel And The Nerves

  • Hence the attraction of TT.: mrgreen: And on your very own spellbindingly, er, pellucid account of the meaning of 'ought', I indeed ought to make fun of atheists given how much I like doing so, and I indeed ought not to, given how much you don't like me doing so.

    Carry-Over Thread


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