'The most vulnerable and poorest are treated by the Government with a callous brutality that is disgraceful'
Lithe and smiling, proud of his “boot-shaped” and blister-proof feet, he moved on exposed rock faces with the grace of a dancer and the fearlessness of a boy. He did things right: tents were dug in with proper snow-walls, supplies stored in well-marked snow-holes, attempts quickly abandoned if tiredness or bad weather struck.
By BELINDA LUSCOMBE
The state of marriage is shifting in unexpected ways. A TIME/Pew special report shows how income, age and experience alter our chances of wedded bliss
"This was a performer who was at his very best, a character player who had the lithe sexuality and above-the-title watchability of a star. He had a lot more to give. It's desperately sad."http://gu.com/p/3mdvx/fb
- hap • pi • ness
[形]（lith・er, lith・est）〈人間・動物が〉しなやかな, 柔軟な；骨の柔らかい.
- Extreme happiness; ecstasy.
- The ecstasy of salvation; spiritual joy.
bliss out Slang.
- To go into a state of ecstasy.
[Middle English blisse, from Old English bliss, from blīths, from blīthe, joyful. See blithe.]blissful bliss'ful adj.
blissfully bliss'ful·ly adv.
blissfulness bliss'ful·ness n.
1 無上の喜び, 至福
in married ［wedded］ bliss
2 《神学》天上の喜び；天国, 楽園.