As the garage door lifted, sunlight reflected off the polish she and her siblings had applied that last day of their lives.
The immortals can polish her up a little.
Katie didn.t have fingernail polish on when he last saw her.
Her dress was a half a step above the rag she used to polish the furniture and her hair had longer roots than Elmer Fudd's garden.
Everything about him was perfect, from the glass polish of his black shoes to the knife-like crease in his thousand-dollar suit.
It took two more beers and 30 minutes before a couple of men looking totally out of place in spit-and-polish business suits entered the bar.
"Fingernail polish?" she parroted again.
Donning her bathing suit, she emerged from the bathroom and handed the bottle of fingernail polish to Keaton.
He was in fact a typical representative of the unscrupulous selfseeking Polish magnates of the 17th century who were always ready to sacrifice everything, their country included, to their own private ambition.
The epoch-making victory of the 12th of September 1683 was ultimately decided by the charge of the Polish cavalry led by Sobieski in person.
This ill-timed parsimony reacted injuriously upon Polish politics.
It was his skill as an artillery officer which won for the Polish general Skrynecki the battle of Igany (March 8, 1831), and he distin guished himself at the indecisive battle of Ostrolenka (May 26).
In 1833 he went to Portugal to assist the liberal Dom Pedro against the reactionary Dom Miguel, but abandoned the idea when it was found that a Polish legion could not be formed.
What if equal pains were taken to smooth and polish their manners?
What sort of Polish mazuwka is this?
One of his comrades, talking of women, began chaffing Rostov, saying that he was more wily than any of them and that it would not be a bad thing if he introduced to them the pretty Polish girl he had saved.
When the officer had gone away, Denisov, who did not himself know what Rostov's relations with the Polish girl might be, began to upbraid him for his quickness of temper, and Rostov replied:
Boris lodged with another adjutant, the Polish Count Zhilinski.
After a few words to Pierre about the awful roads from the Polish frontier, about people he had met in Switzerland who knew Pierre, and about M. Dessalles, whom he had brought from abroad to be his son's tutor, Prince Andrew again joined warmly in the conversation about Speranski which was still going on between the two old men.