HIV is evolving to a milder form but is "an awfully long way" from no longer being deadly and new severe variants are still appearing.
“Vitsin is awfully gifted and both of us together are not worth his finger”, his partners Nikulin and Morgunov said about him.
It is an awfully long way to haul ice climbing gear, but if accomplished the hiker will be rewarded with ascents of the lovely Twin Falls (100 m, WI 4–5).
Lopata had an "extreme crouch" at the plate, according to New York Giants star pitcher Sal Maglie. This made his strike zone "awfully small," in Maglie's words.
The "Los Angeles Times" wrote the dialogue "seems awfully childish even for teenagers", but liked the musical acts.
One review considered this ending to be "awfully contrived" but the novel was described as "extra-dry in its humor" and "ever so restrained in its melodrama".
Rahul Desai from Mumbai Mirror criticised the film heavily and gave 1.5 stars. He wrote that the film was awfully executed and the makers got the basics and technicalities all wrong.
Le Guin called "Drunkboat" a "wild jungle of language" and a "tour de force" which was nonetheless "overwritten", noting that it is "full of awfully bad verse" (noting particularly the millennia-old nonsense verses which Lord Crudelta "laboriously" explains).
In awfully muddy conditions, Auburn and Tech fought to a scoreless tie.
The film tells the story of six friends whose mountain trek goes awfully wrong.
He affected a languid, cosmopolitan style, smoking cigarettes such as Senior Service through a long cigarette holder, while his catchphrase was a drawled "awfully pretty".
Brian Lowry of "Variety" said "The Night Shift" is still an awfully weak blip creatively speaking". David Hinckley of the New York "Daily News" gave the show three out of five stars.
She pulled no punches, referring to herself as "the awfully frank and frankly awful Diana".
Sir Marmaduke was awfully tall; he didn’t fit in bed.
In Eastern Aleut, the final vowel may be elided before or contracted with the initial vowel of the following word, as in [...] ' 'he is bleeding awfully'.
How I shall be able to eat and move about I can't think; but Madge O—, who left last term, and who was that size, said you feel awfully smart, and, in fact rather a pleasant sensation when you get used to the pulling in.
Adverbs are usually of the same form as the verb root or adjective especially after verbs. [...] (Having a really good day). [...] (She's awfully tired).
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