(q.v.), Sym and his Brudir, a satirical tale of two palmers, The Wyf of Auchtirmuchty, and the Wowing of Jok and Jynny.
FineLine are currently one of the most dynamic live bands in the Midlands, wowing crowds from the moment they hit the stage.
One of the most popular and beautiful of the spring bulbs is the tulip, which has been wowing flower lovers for around a thousand years.
Never underestimate the power of details when it comes to wowing the world with your footwear.
However, the studies are not wowing anyone with concrete proof that people do indeed lose weight by practicing yoga.
The play, based on the book of the same name by French author Gaston Leroux, tells a tale of romance, obsession and intrigue in the Paris Opera House and has been wowing audiences since its 1986 debut.
She started attending London's famed Sylvia Young Theatre School at age 5 and by age 12, she was writing songs and wowing crowds with her voice.
Trust those audiences; if they aren't cheering you on, you're not wowing them.
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