Though it's been years since our last visit, we look back on our stay here especially fondly.
Redmayne speaks – fondly – of a “sensitivity” and “neurosis” that does sometimes seem to pop up.
She even stroked it a little, fondly, with the other hand, murmuring in an undertone, “Pauvre cherie.”
They would sit there in the empty nursery, recalling fondly every smallest detail of that dreadful evening.
Before co-founding Netflix and becoming its CEO, Reed Hastings sold vacuum cleaners, an experience he remembers fondly.
"Nothing phased him and he will undoubtedly be fondly remembered for waxing lyrical at press conferences," Milne told BBC Scotland.
Of death the Negro showed little fear, but talked of it familiarly and even fondly as simply a crossing of the waters, perhaps—who knows?
“He will be thought of fondly and missed greatly by his family, friends, and his extended families in the sports and broadcasting communities.”
Pickwick foremost among them, and lent another expression to English parlance, Pickwickian, to describe ironic deprecation fondly addressed to friends.
As the founding father of America's CIA forerunner, Donovan recruited a diverse cast of military and civilian personnel whom he fondly regarded as his "Glorious Amateurs."
The segment’s forbidding tone and execution seemed to hark back, none too fondly, to an “S.N.L.” sketch from last season, a sendup of “Fatal Attraction” that again featured Ms.
Gentrification and rising rents have also been blamed for the shuttering of gay spaces, from The Black Cap in Camden - fondly remembered as the "Palladium of Drag" - to Soho’s lesbian Candy Bar.
In a memorable, groundbreaking moment in The Archers' history, David heard his father's reassuring voice in his ear - a treat for fans who missed and fondly remembered the late actor Norman Painting...
Biden Jr. on Wednesday for invoking two Southern segregationist senators by name as he defended himself over accusations of being “old-fashioned” and fondly recalled the “civility” of the Senate in the 1970s and 1980s.
She grew up in Pavlopil and fondly remembers the excitement around public holidays when children played in the streets and Second W veterans, adorned with Red Army medals, gathered at the village’s monument to the fallen.
Former Celtic manager Gordon Strachan believes Neil Lennon's legacy at the club will not be compromised by this week's resignation after a disappointing season and that he will eventually be remembered as fondly as the late Tommy Burns.
The former vice president had campaigned in-part on what he and others have described as a long history between himself and the state, and especially the African American community there that still remembers his former boss Barack Obama’s presidency fondly.
The reputation of this political “big dog” for both growing the economy and bringing Republicans and Democrats together, though more fondly remembered on the left than the right, is a particular attraction at a time of partisan rancour and economic insecurity.
Right before the debate, Biden garnered controversy for comments he made at a New York City fundraiser fondly remembering the days of "civility" in the Senate when he worked with people he didn't agree with, including two Democratic senators who supported segregation.
When at last they came back, unannounced, as though materializing from the emptiness beyond the gate—creeping softly down the gravel, and noiselessly up the stairs to the porch, tentative in their movements, as though stalking him—he greeted them fondly, almost tearful in his gratitude.
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