He almost adds a Chet-like sound to it.
We've heard of people dying down there. It's just thrilling to jump off the cliff; it adds to the danger.
[Still, she adds,] I'll sit down with a director for the first time, and he'll say afterwards, 'God, I was so afraid. I heard you were so mean, and you're so nice. ... But I'm not always nice.
To the sound itself the conductor adds the italics and punctuation of gesture, of strained arms, of startling tautness of the shoulders, of brisk nod, of hands flung apart in some wild appeal to the universe.
It adds up to a substantial amount. We tell them it's a charitable donation.
IM adds an entirely new dimension to our service offering, linking the mobile and PC worlds. We expect Mobile IM to enjoy the same popularity as PC-based IM. Young subscribers will respond to Mobile IM's coolness, and will enjoy fun, fast-paced multi-party conversations simultaneously with friends, nearby and in distant time zones. We believe we have a hit on our hands.
You've got to respect him, but it adds another level of competitiveness to the game, ... He says he's going to dance or he's going to beat you, you try that much harder not to let it happen so you can say, `Well, he didn't dance on us.' .
I think it adds excitement to all of us. All of us are dreamers. None of us have lost a game yet.
It's like the old telephone game. It further adds to the misinformation. Kids rarely have the whole story, so the information is distorted.
The musical emotion springs precisely from the fact that at each moment the composer withholds or adds more or less than the listener anticipates on the basis of a pattern that he thinks he can guess, but that he is incapable of wholly divining. If the composer withholds more than we anticipate, we experience a delicious falling sensation; we feel we have been torn from a stable point on the musical ladder and thrust into the void. When the composer withholds less, the opposite occurs: he forces us to perform gymnastic exercises more skillful than our own.
I'm jet-lagged, tired, and didn't play very well and that all adds up.
This only adds to the feeling that central banks are willing to cut rates aggressively, and ahead of schedule. This is symbolic because it shows that things are moving ahead, although no one predicted they would move so far so fast.
This girl has an air of mystery. Her simple, straight hairstyle accentuates the angularity of her face and adds to her bad-girl image; it wards off the wolves. Even though she's sensitive, you better think before entering her space. She likes it that way. She is not high-maintenance, but don't piss her off.
It just adds to the Google lustre. He would be a smart visionary and leader.
Crown molding adds character to a house as opposed to looking at four walls and a ceiling.
Most bats eat their own weight every night. ... And that's a lot of bug-eating.... It adds up.
[Quoting Abraham Lincoln, who said the patent system] adds fuel interest to the fire of genius, ... the patent system must appropriately reward innovation and risk.
Anytime a celebrity is open about a disease they have, it adds to the awareness people have.
The surprises should be on the upside. It all adds up to very good fourth-quarter numbers.
Compulsory attendance is not new. Really, this ordinance just adds a little enforcement to an educational policy that's been around.
That said, our study adds to the existing literature that positive social interactions can buffer the effects of stress on the body and brain.
This is a proof-of-principle study. It adds the next chapter in the story of lowering cholesterol.
It all adds up. If you're talking about a $1 difference and you're talking about a million books, that's a million dollars.
That adds up to nearly 120 weeks, and two-and-ahalf years spent in squad sessions preparing for matches.
It adds a little pressure. Coach expects the best, he expects excellence. That's what we work on every day. We're a unit, but we're just a part of the puzzle. We have to piece it all together to make everything run smooth.