Quotes about elegantly (11 Quotes)

    It was a very proper wedding. The bride was elegantly dressed---the two bridemaids were duly inferior---her father gave her away---her mother stood with salts in her hand expecting to be agitated---her aunt tried to cry--- and the service was impressively read by Dr. Grant.

    AOL owes its strong position in the mobile domain to its ability to provide seamless access to AIM buddy lists on handsets through an elegantly designed service and its strong relationships with mobile carriers. Its challenge is to demonstrate that it can use AIM as the foundation to engage users with a broader base of services, much as it is seeking to do on the desktop by opening access to its portal and e-mail services and linking these with AIM.

    Being dry in the Southwest, that's not an emergency. That's just the way it is, so we need to have systems and programs in place so we live elegantly in the climate we've all chosen to live in.

    The demand for the 'luxury look' is back. Americans want to be fashionable and elegantly dressed but that doesn't mean they want to go broke in the process, ... Consumers know that they can get that well-dressed look for an affordable price, and that's why the specialty apparel chains like Gap ( GPS Research , Estimates ) and Ann Taylor ( ANN Research , Estimates ) are performing well.

    My history of the Jesuits is not elegantly written, but is supported by unquestionable authorities, is very particular and very horrible. Their restoration is indeed 'a step toward darkness,' cruelty, perfidy, despotism, death and I wish we were out of danger of bigotry and Jesuitism.

    When we say of a gentleman that he lives elegantly on nothing a year, we use the word nothing to signify something unknown meaning, simply, that we don't know how the gentleman in question defrays the expenses of his establishment.

    There is something elegantly sinister about the Rolling Stones. They sit before you at a press conference like five unfolding switchblades their faces set in rehearsed snarls their hair studiously unkempt and matted their clothes part of some private conceit and the way they walk and talk and the songs they sing all become part of some long mean reach for the jugular.

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