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Emerging from the ashes of the questionably named Tim and Sam''s Tim and the Sam Band, Ewloe's Golden Fable work layered guitar and lush atmosphere into something a little darker.
Those currently out of work need to be reborn and rise from the flames with new skills for new jobs, moving to new communities and emerging from the ashes of obsolescence.
In his column for Businessworld, Nayan Chanda reviews the candidates' proposals, and points out that the US, and other countries, must prepare for a highly specialized and technical workplace and society: "Manufacturing that is emerging from the ashes of the smokestack and massive labour-intensive factories are capital and technology intensive industries with ever decreasing need for low-skilled workers.
Emerging from the ashes of Montreal pop sensations The Unicorns, whose lo-fi pop made them cult sensations among the indie scene, Islands started afresh in 2005 and one year later released their debut album .
After emerging from the ashes of the questionably named Tim and Sam's Tim and the Sam Band with Tim and Sam, the duo of Rebecca Palin and Tim McIver have presented themselves as a whole.
For this battle to be won, we can't ignore three critical lessons emerging from the ashes of the old Arab world.
Remember the government of Southern Sudan was emerging from the ashes of war and ruins, nothing really could be a deal given the level of capacity for the people that formed the government.
The season kicks off with a new band emerging from the ashes of disbanded Welsh folk heroes Mabon.
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