As far as I am aware I did not put my hands around
her neck," she said.
The event gained day-long coverage on the local radio station and 'Holding Hands Around
St Anns 2005' is scheduled for 25 June.
After many sessions with her before and after school, I created my final work and called it "Eight Hands Around
Feeling adrift, I make a beeline for the Inn at the Willows and its evening Pagan Ritual, where a group of saronged hippie chicks in flower wreaths are holding hands around
Getting their hands around
how exposed they are in terms of dollars and lives is very difficult.
To be viable as CEO candidates, executive recruiter Carol Westfall says, physicians must demonstrate "any P&L experience where they could get their hands around
a project and own it, take it from end to end.
When her father called, "Side couples to the center and four hands around
," four horses would form a line in the center, two facing one direction and two facing the other direction.
Tom has been caught with his hands around
the neck of a murder victim who happens to be the head biologist of the museum.
One feels the universality of an idea such as Lying on back on elbows knees up, 2000, or Sitting hands around
knees, 2000, only through the memory of a similar event.
AMERICAN PIE: Wrap your hands around
the wheel and lock your hair in leather cuffs.
Luke, who had managed to get his hands around
to the front with his mother's help, was put in the library with the test in front of him, while teachers called the fire brigade.
The audit committee needs something easier to get its hands around
For a while we thought that maybe our requirements were too strict: Commercial real estate experts with their hands around
both the metropolitan area, as well as the global marketplace.
I just want to get my hands around
his neck and squeeze the life out of him," As a young offender, there's not much the law can do but pick him up and take him home.
At her next job, in Betty Herman's dress shop, nearby, she learned "a lot about how to treat people," as well as the mantra she still lives by: "There should not be anything you can't get your hands around
and do"--a message reinforced, she says, when she beat breast cancer at age 37.