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the names conjure up a complex and ever-changing labour force landscape.
FOR those grown-ups who haven't lost the excitement and enjoyment their imaginations can conjure up when playing with toy soldiers, then Time Commander has been something of a revelation.
Luke Wilkshire looked the most likely to conjure up a winner, but Christian Roberts failed to take advantage.
It's left to the actors to conjure up the textures and smells of the playwright's homeland.
MARKET-MAKERS never miss the opportunity to conjure up a special if there is a cricketer with a decent nickname, writes Bruce Millington.
On every pitch, conjure up a mental picture of the ball rolling off the pitcher's fingers.
There are also evocative pieces which conjure up images for children like Carnival Of The Animals and Danse Macabre, both again by Saint-Saens, or Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight Of The Bumble Bee.
As you dodge past the vendors and musicians who line the curb near the Apollo theater, the street names alone conjure up a legendary past: Frederick Douglass, Adam Clayton Powell Jr.