In a new collection of his stories, excerpted here, the great Mark Twain admires the Devil's "immortal charm and grace."
At the same time, at least one person who knows and admires the accuser describe her as devastated.
While world leaders were meeting in Deauville, the U.S. secretary of state told French television that she “ admires” Lagarde.
Ask Michel what he admires about President Bush, and he'll say, "I'll try not to go on too long…"
It is a quality Duchovny admires in the lucky few who possess it.
Indeed, though she admires the right things, she is essentially the modern woman, whose interest is all in the present and future.
How he admires the rooks and the green grass on the graves, because the children do!
Query, if one admires an artist or an author, a poet or a musician, is it wise to see him in the flesh?
And do you mean to say that Sing has no taste at all, simply because he admires me?
He admires the profusion of walnuts, chestnuts, wild apples and plums.