- n a calm, lengthy, intent consideration
- v reflect deeply on a subject
- s deeply or seriously thoughtful;
- Every morning the composer, who lives in Tokyo, walks along the river Tama with his dog Pao, musing on new ideas: "I feel a tranquil environment is necessary so that one can feel .
- But musing can be anything from prancing around the studio, as Sofia Coppola does for Marc Jacobs, to what Brooks does for Tuleh designer Bryan Bradley, which includes giving her .
- Tom ricochets miserably around the pinball machine of Manhattan's bar scene, musing wittily on the state of the modern male and trying to shake an obsession with his dreamy co .
News & Articles
- Residents want Antioch to remain a quaint, little town
Kim Cartwright stops by Cafe Book in Antioch nearly every morning, and when her significant other David Kaminsky, isn't working, he joins her. There they sit and watch the world go by, sipping on coffee or munching on pastries, musing about the town they love.
June 10, 2013 - Lake County Journal
- PlayStation Blogcast 077: Last-ing Impressions
Subscribe via iTunes here Subscribe via RSS here Download the MP3 here on PS3, PS Vita or PC (Right-Click-Save As) While delirious with the last bits of E3 planning, we bring you the new releases for June 11th, new listener letters and Gems (thanks guys!), and some impressions and musing on The Last of Us (spoiler free!).
June 7, 2013 - PlayStation Blog
- HBT: Reds' Cueto (lat) scratched, placed on DL
I’ll end my portion of the day with a Deep Thought of sorts. More of a pondering without a huge point. Just an observation and a musing. That musing: is Bud Selig really prepared to pull the trigger and suspend scores of players, some of them among the biggest names in the game?
June 5, 2013 - MSNBC
- Quentin Tarantino in Stuff.co.nz
Tarantino explained: "One of the things I enjoy musing about doing is the trilogy of Len Deighton books, 'Berlin Game', 'Mexico Set', and 'London Match'. The story takes place in the Cold War and follows a spy named Bernard Sampson. What is...
- Anthony Lane in Houston Chronicle
Reviewing The Reader in the New Yorker last December, Anthony Lane described the film as "pernicious" and "a low-grade musing on atrocity, garnished with erotic titillation."
- David Ehrenstein in Washington Times
Since making his announcement, there has been no end of commentary about him in all quarters - musing over his charisma and the prospect he offers of being the first African American to be elected to the White House,Mr. Ehrenstein said....