The tight barrel/cylinder gap common on all FA single actions and the longish
barrel combined to account for impressive velocities, as well.
I'm sure I was one of them myself: people who came to Africa for a longish
period of time to sort of legitimize their blackness and then return with this boon.
In his late seventies and again in his eighties, Pope Pius XII (1939-1958), apparently hoping to prolong his already longish
tenure, underwent treatments by a Swiss specialist in rejuvenation.
A number of poems are longer or longish
, like "Grapes from the Village," "Maria-Grazia," "House of Commerce," and "Adventure" - all of them eminently readable.
We've found that a jug with longish
threads works better than one with a short thread.
They have longish
straights and don't demand such heavy braking and acceleration as Brands.
There's also a trace of olive oil in the texture, with a dry and longish
I can't figure out whether it was a bold move against the conventions of fiction or some failure of nerve on the part of the author to maintain a young girl as the central character in a longish
novel ostensibly about the great
But even with all this weighing in, the story on Capote is far from complete: Despite a longish
section on his groundbreaking true-crime "nonfiction novel" In Cold Blood, cover age of Capote's writing career is modest, and his stint as a playwright in the early '50s is all but passed over.
Information of all sorts is lavishly provided (there is, for example, a longish
section on publishing practice in Victorian Britain), the various contributors are not afraid to be provocative, and the questions are often challenging.
Each author is represented by a longish
critique and a shortish quotation.
Later, the editors found they had to revise their view and do several longish
pieces on Wines.