At Nottingham, the catchily
named Bouncy Bouncy (out of multiple sprint winner Wunderbra) could be worth a small interest in the Corona Handicap (3.
Many at Beiteddine sang along to the catchily
insouciant chorus: "Je ne veux pas travailler C* Je veux seulement l'oublier" (I don't want to work C* I just want to forget).
As the World Bank's catchily
named IAASTD report showed in 2008, the social and economic drivers are probably more important than the technical.
Some poems playfully question the extremities of feeling in the Psalms--David, when addressing his soul, comes off as "wholly// schizo" (No 53)--while another, "E-mails to Asaph," blends ancient composers with student writers: that resulting diminution, following the catchily
anachronistic title, gives the poem a wry energy shared with Billy Collins's poem "Workshop.
First up: an unlikely holiday special from cable's biggest hit, "The Closer," which could be catchily
subtitled "A Multiple Homicide Holiday.
On the issue of the Heritage Fund, the Klein government surveyed Albertans in 1995 with the catchily
titled "Can We Interest You in an $11 Billion Decision?
shelves are groaning with volumes catchily
entitled "The Transgressive Body .
A prime example is the catchily
named MW24FM1 TV/DVD/VCR Combination from Toshiba America Consumer Products, Inc.
Belmont, California-based Comergent Technologies Inc is poised to announce an internet-enabled channel commerce system, catchily
named the Comergent Distributed E-Business System.
SWEDISH songstress Ms Lo's first album proper is full of slightly brash but sporadically brilliant electro pop which veers from the ever-soslightly controversial (Like 'em young) to the catchily
defiant (Not On Drugs).
TOVE LO - QUEEN OF THE CLOUDS SWEDISH songstress Ms Lo's first album proper is full of slightly brash but sporadically brilliant electro pop which veers from the ever-soslightly controversial (Like 'em young) to the catchily
defiant (Not On Drugs).
IF there was any doubt that the human animal is at the pinnacle of both its scientific and driving skills then Rosetta-Philae landing on the catchily
named 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet surely proves the point.
Hence the catchily
named Anticucho, which specialises in 'easy to eat on the go' Peruvian fare.
Coventry City Council's Neighbourhood Environment Officers, catchily
abbreviated to NEOs, are best known for their role in handing out PS75 fines to unsuspecting pooch owners who fail to clean up after their pets.
40pm Stu and Garry INTHE Catchily
Titled Improv Show, 11.