He raised both eyebrows with a laconic grin.
So little did he understand the seriousness of the situation that, when the laconic message "All is over!"
Cato labours to express himself in an awkward and laconic epistle, apologizing for its length.
The existence of famine and cholera added to the difficulties of the government, and in March 1867 the Lower House, by a majority of three, passed the laconic resolution, " The chamber inflicts a vote of blame on the government.
The romance which has here been utilized shows an acquaintance with Egypt; the narratives are discursive, not laconic, everything is more detailed, and more under the influence of literary art.
It involves a slow, laconic vocals and slowed beats.
However, their mystery is only a superficial illusion that is enhanced by Virgo's curt and laconic communication style.
Ian Brown's set was pretty much as you'd expect, delivered in a typically laid-back, almost laconic way.
A full and suitably laconic report of events will follow in March.
We see him change from being a chubby, loud mouthed drunkard to being a lean, mean, laconic, vengeance machine.
A new Go-Betweens album, the superbly laconic The Friends Of Rachel Worth, is shortly to appear.
Hill makes inspired use of Bronson's laconic, unemotional style of acting to provide an almost mythic celebration of the honorable fighting hero.
laconic vocal was underpinned by some good bass work.
laconic physical style to match the vocal delivery.
laconic voice, the easy manner with a lyric, the comfortable presence with an audience.
For a long time, the laws applicable to hunting with hounds have remained very laconic.
plaintive acoustic tone avoids Kings of Convenience dreariness with some taut arrangements, laconic melodies and sudden, potent lyrics.
Hence Garibaldi's laconic reply.
strangely enough, adopted a laconic phrase when successive governments on their advent to power invariably addressed themselves to the venerable champion of liberal ideas.
laconic replies of Jerry.
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