Thank you New York for the last 20 years," he said almost forebodingly
31) As Harold Buckley, a pilot in the 95th Aero Squadron, forebodingly
warned, "No longer would we hunt in pairs deep in the enemy lines, delighted if the patrol produced a single enemy to chase.
From a bombing in Berlin to an explosion in the skies over Lockerbie, from the halls of power in Washington to air bases in England and the decks of American warships in the Mediterranean, Stanik has woven a truly international thriller that is all too real and forebodingly
relevant to current events.
He reports that on the 8th a party of canoes arrived at Fort Saint-Charles from Kaministiquia on Lake Superior; forebodingly
, it had not encountered the eastbound travellers.
The faces of the seated man and standing woman in Fertility (1894) are blank but for the eyes; their forms are outlined in black, as are those of the surrounding plants and the central tree, marked by a forebodingly
urges them to chance their luck, `fortuna sequenda est' (III.
In response to a suggestion by the dissenters in Apprendi that the majority's rule could be circumvented by a legislature's "extending all statutory maximum sentences to, for example, 50 years," the Court responded forebodingly
, "[I]f such a .
Of course, it helps that Blizzard is building a sequel to the much-loved Diablo, the huge-selling 2-D adventure game set in a forebodingly
This is the second time they've toured Arc here, their startling second album of environmental, psychological meltdown - accessible yet forebodingly
With its big bulging eyes and whip-cracking stick, the 30-foot puppet forebodingly
bopped its head as a chorus of fist-waving schoolchildren (most smiling, with matching "Fear Builds Walls" T-shirts) barked, "Hey
Dressed in evening clothes, the participants mingled and sipped champagne before a group of invited guests, amid banquet tables forebodingly
laid before hundreds of identical creamy pastries.
I've got tummy pains," he announced forebodingly
, this occurred in a decade that witnessed rising notions of sensibility--a development which, while it widened independence socially, further rooted it in terms of gender.
Drummer Alyn Cosker rumbles and splashes forebodingly
before Smith and pianist Steve Hamilton enter in Coltrane and Tyner style, and bassist Aidan O'Donnell (a Birmingham Conservatoire grad) starts to build the pace.
In her paintings, rocky cliffs congregate like actors entering a stage, trees tower forebodingly
, and rivers rush in a torrent right into the viewer's space.