Not surprisingly, this simple geometric truth holds sway
in the world of biological molecules, where intricately twisted shapes sometimes obscure the shortest path between two positions.
Elsewhere in Fiji, David Gilmour, a Canadian who was formerly a magnate in the lodging, oil and gold-mining industries, holds sway
over the island of Wakaya.
According to Pavan Varshnei, Publishing Director, Harvard Business Review South Asia: "HBR holds sway
over a global audience of leaders across business, industry and academia.
Miller and Libby were old friends and, like Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and other members of the C-R-W cabal, are (or were) fellow neo-con members of the Council on Foreign Relations, the private organization that holds sway
This will be popular where alternative history holds sway
Romantic rural idyll holds sway
, and Kurland's attunement to landscape persists.
While man holds sway
over the earthly and natural order, it is woman who rules the spiritual.
The phrase swap meet evokes the image of an informal, outdoor shopping bazaar where price negotiation is the norm and cash holds sway