According to the APTDC earlier statement, two of the AC mini-buses, at present gathering dust
at a government yard, would be operated to manage a daily package tour amid Hyderabad and Srisailam.
In Gwynedd alone there is estimated to be more than pounds 1m in foreign currency currently gathering dust
in people's homes.
Perfect for your kid's bag of cat's-eye marbles gathering dust
on the shelf.
At first, I found the fact that there are one hundred fifty thousand records gathering dust
in a temperature-controlled warehouse in Middlesex, England depressing.
Many of the perfectly performed pieces here were found gathering dust
in the Galelic archives at the School of Scottish Studies, and were worked up in the studio by Karen Matheson & Co.
He called me in front of his wife and he said, 'Rabbi, I cannot bear having these Torahs gathering dust
in my garage.
If your vinyl records are gathering dust
, a Cardiff charity shop would like to hear from you.
A YOUNG boy noticed a large book gathering dust
on a shelf.
Q Studios' 82-year-old director Lew Branston said the video had been gathering dust
on a shelf behind his TV for years.
Books that have been gathering dust
since the school closed in spring 2005 will have a new home in New Orleans schools flooded by Hurricane Katrina.
The last offers tales of priceless art scooped up during Japan's bubble era shopping jag and now gathering dust
in waterfront warehouses, of the post-bubble's human detritus displaced by under-the-cherry-blossom revelers in Ueno Park, of the risutora-nigeya, specialists in the clandestine relocation of families of breadwinners "restructured" and now forced to flee creditors.
Condemned to a life gathering dust
in the attic or carted off to the charity shop.
A WOMAN is set to land a EUR22,500 windfall for a cracked figurine of a Chinaman gathering dust
in her attic.
Initially the diptych might seem a departure from Lawler's usual photographic metier: Rather than picture works of art displayed like so many trophies in Park Avenue living rooms or crated up in storage gathering dust
, here she has chosen to represent the equipment of representation itself--that is, the little-considered equipment of banal, photo-based technologies and their equally mundane archives.
These typically paint a portrait of computers gathering dust
in the back of classrooms or used primarily as extraordinarily expensive typewriters.