Nora Ephron was our Dorothy Parker, but she was a multimedia Dorothy Parker, excelling in books, films, scripts, humor.
They are gentle with him, very loving, but focused on his excelling at football.
Until then, Drain had a more ordinary teenage experience: excelling in school sports, more excited by boys than religion.
For instance, he says, boys often think that reading a book or excelling in class is uncool or “unmasculine.”
Young women today are excelling in every way imaginable: better grades, better graduation rates, and so on.
Those who aim at excelling in public utterance and address may well possess themselves of this work.
She desired to protect them, and often felt that they could protect her, excelling where she was deficient.
He was also the author of Scriptural compositions,—excelling in fine diction as well as in deep religious fervor and pathos.
What was the use of excelling in them when she was not there to hear of his prowess?
An Indian chief, excelling all his tribe at a war-dance, could not have outdone the grotesque movements of the colonel.