It is intensely irritating and interferes with sleep.
The men on Manus intensely follow developments in asylum policy, in Australia and internationally.
The sixth studio album by Future Islands sounds very much of-the-times yet also intensely familiar.
I felt intensely ashamed of my psychological struggles – they were my scariest, most sensitive secret."
But her vibrant, intensely joyful and responsive personality means she is expressive and delightful company.
Roger leaned forward to make his next point: “She was intensely, intensely interested in the work.
Commonly found in dishes throughout mainland Southeast Asia, these elements create a vibrant, intensely flavored aromatic base.
The military tribunal has become one of this country's most intensely watched political events since the Cuban Revolution in 1959.
"All primates are intensely social and most probably the most intensely social of all the animals on the planet," he says.
Kant ethical writings (1785, 1788) feature several widely and intensely discussed transcendental arguments (see the entry Kant’s moral philosophy).
"The platform we're building is obviously like an intensely different business than Amazon because it's an intensely local business," he said.
Keeping chiles, aromatics and herbs on hand gives you instant access to intensely fresh flavors, even for — maybe especially for — the simplest dishes you cook.
In the later chapters of “Featherhood,” the intensely selfish magpie is displaced by another intensely selfish creature: Heathcote Williams himself.
You know what you’re going to get from an Elder Scrolls game – great gameplay, horrendous bugs and cookie cutter fantasy dialogue played out in an intensely gorgeous natural landscape.
Her score for “Jackie”—intensely new, intensely different, intensely felt—will be competing against Justin Hurwitz’s score for the musical “La La Land,” a work of diamantine pastiche.
Until recently, digital stills and video cameras have struggled to take decent night time footage, because you’re asking a lens to capture intensely dark and intensely bright images in the same frame.
It said: "The market for energy and related services in Great Britain remains intensely competitive, with over 70 suppliers competing for customers and around three million customers switching their electricity provider in the six months to 30 September."
This Mumbai-inspired street food joint became intensely popular overnight, thanks to its Thali, a riotous meze platter of cooked sauces and lentils, showcasing different flavors including sweet, salty, astringent, bitter, and spicy all juxtaposed together.
Famously scary and a free spirit, Hambling is celebrated for her intensely moving portraits - the blind boxer Charlie Abrew, the lonely clown Max Wall - her Wave painting and Scallop, her signature sculpture on Aldeburgh beach, commemorating Benjamin Britten.
Definition Shiraz, Barossa Valley, Australia 2016 (£12.99, Majestic) A rich, intensely flavoured wine for a rich, intensely flavoured dish, this dense, hearty but beautifully polished and poised red is a classic Barossa shiraz, the slight sweetness of the plump dark fruit given extra depth with a lick of salted liquorice.
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Definition Shiraz Barossa Valley Australia 2016 £1299 Majestic A rich intensely flavoured wine for a rich intensely flavoured dish this dense hearty but beautifully polished and poised red is a classic Barossa shiraz the slight sweetness of the plump dark fruit given extra depth with a lick of salted liquorice