Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Deb Trout's ill-assorted costumes are true to period, however tackily.
For the universe to pop up tackily out of nowhere, as this notion held, just replaced one mystery with another.
Yes, it can be an art and we can learn how to do it artfully, instead of tackily.
A single-story concrete building was tackily painted to simulate a Disneyland farmhouse.
An Evening's production, under Richard Casper's direction, begins tentatively and, one must say, a bit tackily.
He was wearing a long satin dressing gown, tackily decorated with gold-leaf swastikas and many items of jewelry.
The house is also filled with souvenir vendors and is rather tackily decorated, so don't take the moniker 'impressive' too seriously.
Like similar web-based public-manipulating communities, it is difficult to define this growing community, for general totalitarian atmosphere differ tackily about the variety of a board.
Whenever things get slow, a touch maudlin or tackily raunchy, you can bet on Ms. Greenhill to save the day.
A canopy of plastic foliage covering the ceiling and a tackily dribbling water feature make this a low-lit retreat from the scorching sun outside.
The Independent called the book, "shockingly, tackily, sick-makingly sexist" and said that "Bella Swan lives to serve men and suffer."
He resumes the tackily splendorous trappings of his previous life, living in a hotel, carrying on with call girls and being chauffered about in an enormous Cadillac that has two telephones.
Story 2 concerns Victoria, who's just kicked her broker boyfriend, Miles, out of their tackily modern flat, and now feels wistful about all the men she's bedded since coming to the big city.
The new pop stars - self-conscious frauds, tackily glamorous like Boy George - fed a revival of old-fashioned pop gossip, a staple now of the Sun and the Mirror.
One is childhood, summoned by the androgynous plaint of Jon Thor Birgisson's falsetto vocals and, more tackily, by images of children that often filled the video screen behind the band.
A lurid poster displays Kristina, spangled and tackily clad in a way strongly redolent of the old Turkish Delight ad on television, in which "exotic dance" is performed before diners.
She lives in a tackily out-of-style bungalow with Coco (Clinton Leupp), a homely, lonely, doormat of a spinster who carries a torch for the handsome young doctor who performed her abortion years ago.
If she hadn't been able to pry a proposal from him at the height of her beauty, when she had her prettiest clothes, how could she expect to get one now when she was ugly and dressed tackily?
As she proved with her tackily entertaining feature debut, "Scarlet Diva," Ms. Argento doesn't know how to move the camera or her actors, but at least in that film she mostly subjected herself to abuse.
ALSO OF NOTE - Julie Christie plays another cold customer in "Darling," John Schlesinger's film about a young woman on the make in tackily fashionable European circles in the mid-60's.
A little more tackily, he adored the skin-hugging synthetic fabrics of that technological age: while still in Russia, he dreamed of nylon shirts and on his first trip to the West begged to be taken to a Lycra factory.
And there is, as lovers of Mr Darcy (No 7, in case you're still counting) know only too well, something terribly compelling about ownership of a grand hall, even if it is - rather tackily - named after the owner.
(Johnson) ALEX SOTH: 'NIAGARA' Love and romance play tackily in these photographs of small town young people, while the nearby falls of Niagara provide a grand symphonic background.
THE Metropolitan Opera's new production of Wagner's "Rheingold" - solidly stage-directed, somewhat tackily designed, persuasively cast and surely conducted - offered a company debut Thursday night, along with several singers appearing in their roles for the first time or the first time this season.