Spall plays him brilliantly as a grumbling, grunting beast of a man whose sensitivity and kindness emerges slowly.
It was the biggest success New World had had up to that date, and brilliantly combined horror with comedy.
Luckily, public transport (the tram) is brilliantly efficient, cost-effective, and blissfully above ground.
It is a wildlife bonanza, and yet even the most brilliantly colored species somehow make themselves invisible.
“They [the drug cartels] pulled it off brilliantly,” says one Homeland Security source familiar with the investigation.
brilliantly colored flowers are usually visited by butterflies, bees, and similar day-flying insects.
It was brought out at Munich in January, 1781, and was brilliantly successful.
It is also unlikely that any operational construct, no matter how brilliantly conceived, could overcome such a disconnect.
The late Prince Metternich played well, but not brilliantly.
But eventually we were to see some brilliantly successful efforts to design a two-place fighter around the Liberty-12.
1680s, from French brilliant "sparkling, shining" present participle of briller "to shine" (16c.), from Italian brillare "sparkle, whirl," perhaps from Vulgar Latin *berillare "to shine like a beryl," from berillus "beryl, precious stone," from Latin beryllus (see beryl). In reference to diamonds (1680s) it means a flat-topped cut invented 17c. by Venetian cutter Vincenzo Peruzzi.
Excellent: Go outside for lunch? Brilliant!