400 examples of Acquaintance in a sentence
with the statistics of human progress, starting with violence but now encompassing every other aspect of our well-being, has fortified my belief that in understanding our tribulations and woes, human nature is the problem, but human nature, channeled by Enlightenment norms and institutions, is also the solution.
So, if you want it, the short version of the story of my relationship is this: a year ago, an
and I did a study designed to create romantic love, and we fell in love, and we are still together, and I am so glad.
A sullen note from an
On the rare occasion that I share with a new
that I study sex, if they don't end the conversation right then, they're usually pretty intrigued.
When my husband was still just an anonymous Twitter acquaintance, our discussions frequently became hard and pointed, but we always refused to escalate.
once asked me if I was worried that men would be intimidated by me.
let them use a cellar under his studio.
Max invites his stupid
Piece (Mark Boone Junior), who comes with his retarded girlfriend that believes she is from Mars, to compose the backup team.
This is a very interesting
When the jealous Matteo finds some pictures and letters from her former lover Bernard (Mauro Lorenz) in Venice, he hangs up the phone and the upset and amoral Carla has a brief affair with Moira and intercourse with an
in a party.
This film was my first
with the talents of Chris Cooper.
In this one, the Honolulu detective is investigating an espionage ring that was initially tracked by a former Scotland Yard
who has turned up missing in the Big Apple...This is the best of the Chan entries I've seen so far in current memory with every clue being connected (though, of course, if I look at them at closer examination, there could still be some holes though I can't think of any right now).
Ex-reporter Jacob Asch (Eric Roberts) is hired by an
(Raymond J. Barry) to find his ex-wife and son.
"Black Angel" is minor whodunit, with June Vincent as a woman trying to save her husband from the electric chair after he is found guilty of killing an old
Having only a superficial
with Genoa, I had no idea of the intricate alleyways of its Old Town, and that the city was so interesting.
The wife of a stage producer in London hopes to fix up the American song-and-dance man starring in her husband's latest show with an acquaintance, an American girl who makes her living modeling fashions in society circles.
Ever since the cinema-loving universe made
with a guy named George A. Romero, the word "zombie" automatically gets associated with blood-soaked horror images and non-stop acting sequences.
His best friend and lawyer Bill Cole (Melvyn Douglas) sends an
engineer to inspect the house, and the man tells that he should put down the house and build another one.
When Ivy (Joan Fontaine) makes the
of a wealthy older gent (Herbert Marshall, who must have been born middle-aged), she sets one of her extravant chapeaux for him.
But nonetheless, you feel more or less the way you would if protocol required that you attend the wake of someone you had not even a passing
Primo is a genius as a chef but they are on the verge of going out of business so Secondo goes down the street to a very popular place run by an
named Pascal (Ian Holm) and Secondo asks for a loan.
He comes into possession of a smashing murder novel written by a recent acquaintance, a wheezing old man with no family.
Dr Verdegast suggests they seek refuge in Hjalmar Poelzig's (Borris Karloff) house, who is an old
of his and he's secretly seeking revenge against him for the death of his wife and betraying his country by slaughtering his entire army when it was sacrificed to Satan during WW1.
It is the house of Hjalmar Poelzig, an old
David Manners and Julie Bishop (billed as Jacqueline Wells) play two newlyweds on vacation in Hungary who make the
of genial doctor Vitus Verdegast (Bela Lugosi).
Melodramatic romance about Joan (played by Ann Harding), a woman who strongly believes that marriage is "a business" and decides that a playboy of her acquaintance, John Fletcher (William Powell), a man with a "future" (not to mention a well-trained manservant) is the one for her.
Better still, this fine freaky flick certainly doesn't skimp on the copious gratuitous nudity: adorable baby doll beauty Dawn Dunlap bares her whole bod while bagging a few rays in a sauna, stupendously slinky British blonde bombshell June Chadwick (Lydie on the short-lived "V" TV series) happily hops in the sack with Colby a mere five or six hours after making his acquaintance, and both Dawn and June even take a shower together.
This is not to deny originality to Berger's creation, but the
with the Polish film can seriously help understand and evaluate 'Torremolinos'.
I went to see it purely because I knew an
of mine had a cameo in it.
She also has an
from way back when pitch in.