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But I have a grand passion now, and he's the one.
He was fantasizing she'd be his very first grand passion.
She had even begun to believe that Nora would understand this grand passion.
Tanner had never quite been able to understand people who were driven by grand passions.
I wondered how much better they would be in the country that seems to have the grandest passion for them.
It was his hobby, you see, acting, a kind of grand passion.
Perhaps it's the comfort of being familiar, although, again, hardly with grand passion.
What began as play-dates in the park soon evolved into a grand passion.
Until Mary, he'd thought of the grand passion as something adolescents came down with, not unlike a virus.
By all accounts he has been gripped by a grand passion.
He was a lover and Ireland was his grand passion.
Stephen thinks he has a grand passion for his lover, Mike, but refuses to look at their relationship.
Her face raged with a grand passion and a quiet grace."
"I have it on good authority that she is interested only in marrying for a grand passion of the heart.
One year, two years and it is all fccLnished, the grand passion!
They lack the nihilism required in a grand passion.
It is about renouncing grand passion in favor of being a wife and mother, as Francesca does.
The Cavaliere is a cold fish, but he has two grand passions.
Like most boys, also, he had fondly believed his grand passion went unobserved by those around him.
"Grand passion," she could hear her mother behind her back announcing loudly to the room at large.
In my opinion he was not capable of the sort of grand passion that might drive a man to violence.
She's very good as the woman in the throes of a grand passion who believes that love will show the way."
But I'm very attracted to plays of grand passion and to singular voices who are driven to write.
Grand passion collides with family values and moral responsibility.
Come to think of it, she wasn't sure she'd ever seen grand passion outside of a movie theater or a book.
Perhaps I was not one to inspire a grande passion.
A grande passion is the privilege of people who have nothing to do.
Except in response to a grande passion she will not again drop below it.
Jimmy ignored the mention of Brenda Cowell, Harry's grande passion who lived in the same street.
He liked to hint that his relationship with Gina was some sort of grande passion and that she was the love of his life.
Sully et sa grande passion, Flammarion, 1942.
Perhaps, as Harry says, a really grande passion is the privilege of those who have nothing to do, and that is the use of the idle classes in a country.
He then said that she was the daughter of a French opera-dancer, Celine Varens, towards whom he had once cherished what he called a "grande passion."
Warhol's "Grande Passion," created in 1984 for an ad campaign for Grand Passion cognac, was owned by the museum and had a value of about $15,000.
A silkscreen work by Andy Warhol, "Le Grande Passion," also disappeared in the break-in, which remains under investigation by the F.B.I. and the local police.
La Grande Passion, a liqueur made from passion fruit and Armagnac by Lapostelle, the manufacturers of Grand Marnier, has also been imported into the United States.
World Sinfonía III - The Grande Passion is an album by Italian-American jazz fusion and Latin jazz guitarist Al Di Meola, released in 2000.
On Nov. 17 2005 from the museum two works, a Jackson Pollock painting and pop artist Andy Warhol's 1984 Le Grande Passion, were stolen in a robbery involving ladders and a careful plan of attack.
CARILLON IMPORTERS, which handles such spirits as Absolut vodka, Bombay gin and La Grande Passion and Grand Marnier liqueurs, likes to put its advertising where its customers are but its competition is not.