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Behind the apse, in the monsignor’s private apartments, Dom Pérignon 2006 was poured for the ladies in glittering gowns and men in floaty silk caftans and shiny Alta Sartoria suits adorned with diamond brooches.
Sharp steering that is eager without feeling floaty ties everything together and is a big reason why the CR-V is so excellent to drive.
Candy Hunting brings word of the most magical breakfast discovery since Count Chocula cursed those floaty pebbles.
The suspension has a comfort calibration but nothing like the floaty old-school Buick sedans (Century, LeSabre or Roadmaster).
About five years ago, designers began to mine the bohemian and rock’n’roll elements of the decade, and even now, floaty maxi-dresses, cotton eyelet blouses and brown suede jackets continue to line store racks.
Model of the minute Hadid, 20, prowled out animalistically in a loose and floaty, blue floral jumpsuit with peek-a-boo sheer sections and slicked-back hair.
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