Sentences Containing 'impeccable'
In 2006, she appeared in the TV-musical show "Gente de Primera" competing for a record deal. She was praised by the judges and audience alike for her impeccable performances of Celine Dion's "Sola Otra Vez" and Mariah Carey's "Heroe".
Music Maestro Ilaiyaraaja had given some impeccable Background scores in the form of Western and Indian fusion.
In addition, dwarves can occasionally enter strange moods, seizing workshops and demanding certain resources; when supplied these resources they will produce an object of impeccable craftsmanship and value, a "legendary artifact", and will often instantly maximize the requisite skill to a legendary status.
The team's consistent hitting, impeccable defense, (players from the BayStars won five golden glove awards in 1998) and solid pitching staff (rounded by closer Kazuhiro Sasaki) contributed to an epic 1998 season.
He spoke impeccable, if accented, French.
The students appear in the Secondary and Senior Secondary Certificate examinations conducted by the Rajasthan Board. Founded in 1998, Nav Prerna Sikshan Sansthan has an impeccable record in the field of education.
His repertoire of acting was based on his unique style and use of the "Kozhikodan" dialect, impeccable timing and the capability to grasp the subtle nuances of any character and mould it into his signature "Pappu style".
In February 2008 a report by BBC News says that the Nigerian government assumes the transnational corporation did not improve performance of NITEL and therefore stopped privatization in favour of Transcorp. Nigerians are frustrated that Nitel has failed to deliver impeccable services that can compare with other networks of the globe.
Classic, impeccable uniforms of red, yellow, blue and white are a spectacle of crispness and a cascade of colors.
Those geologists “boast impeccable reputations and have been conscientious and thorough in their testing,” Pocklington wrote in a letter to the "Edmonton Journal".
Famed for his impeccable grammar and diction, Levine made a crossover to entertainment, with a self-mocking appearance on "Saturday Night Live".
Peperina was marked by the excellent and impeccable compositions such as "Llorando en el espejo", "Esperando Nacer", "Cinema Verité" and "Peperina".
Other commentators expressed surprise that a figure with such access and impeccable neoconservative credentials could appear to criticise the Bush Administration in such a way.
In preservation, the "Duke" had held an impeccable operational record for reliability; however on 9 June 2007, the engine operated a railtour from to Carlisle returning via , where, for operational reasons, the locomotive's start position was changed to . Little over into the journey, the locomotive was stopped at with leaking tubes in the firebox and removed from the train.
In March 2009, the USNS "Impeccable", an ocean surveillance ship of the U.S. Navy was on several occasions approached by Chinese ships and aircraft while operating south of Hainan in actions Pentagon officials characterized as "aggressive" and "harassment."
He soon regrets marrying his 2nd wife when he learns how shallow, callous and impatient she is in comparison to his first wife's impeccable patience, devotion and kindness.
What to do when one has the responsibility of looking after a young imp who is the object of a vast reward that attracts all the criminals of the universe, at the head of which lies the impeccable Mortis Quartet?
Bagri is widely regarded across party lines as having been a politician with impeccable integrity and ethics.He was renowned for living a frugal lifestyle and used to donate a large amount of his salary to the poor around Hissar, Delhi, amongst other such towns.
More Vocab Wordsidolatry - worship of idols; excessive admiration or devotion; ADJ. idolatrous
slipshod - slovenly; careless; sloppy; untidy; shabby; Ex. slipshod work
uxorious - excessively submissive or devoted to one's wife; CF. uxor: wife
dismiss - eliminate from consideration; no longer consider; put out of court without further hearing; reject; discharge from employment; direct to leave; ADJ. dismissive; N. dismissal
gratify - please; satisfy; Ex. gratify a desire
defeatist - resigned to defeat or failure; accepting defeat or failure as a natural outcome; N. CF. defeatism
convene - come together; assemble; call to meet; Ex. convene the council
contumacious - stubborn and disobedient; resisting authority (esp. disobedient to an order made by a court)
headlong - hasty; rash; headfirst; ADV.
bereavement - state of being deprived of something valuable or beloved; state of being bereaved or bereft