non--non--I am far from saying as much as THAT"--poor girl, her face declared a hundred times more than her tongue, that she was sincere--"I do not--CANNOT say I have no interest in one, who so generously overlooks
my poverty, my utter destitution of all worldly greatness, and offers to share with me his fortune and his honorable position--"
He has every snowy crest and the mountain peaks and rocky crests for his domain; hither and thither he goes through the close thickets, now lured by soft streams, and now he presses on amongst towering crags and climbs up to the highest peak that overlooks
Medical Center was recognized as one of Americas 100 Best Hospitals for the second year in a row.
Roseland, a subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, announced the acquisition of a former joint venture partner's interest in The Chase at Overlook
Ridge, a 371-unit luxury residential building located in Malden, Massachusetts, six miles outside Boston.
s (NYSE: CLI) Roseland subsidiary has acquired a former joint venture partner's interest in The Chase at Overlook
Ridge, a 371-unit luxury residential building located in Malden, Massachusetts, six miles outside Boston, the company said.
Hosted by The Overlook
Life Care Community in Charlton, the Savor the Summer Festival will feature a farmers market and organic farming presentations; live music and dancing; food and beverage, a petting zoo; and children's programs, along with other educational, entertainment and family activities.
1 : to look down upon or provide a view of from above <The house overlooks
The bookies seem to think that because Brits are strong contenders in other categories, Academy voters will overlook
I try to photograph things that people might overlook
It is a huge omission that a story on black design in America could overlook
the field of graphic design.
But decision makers in the property/casualty insurance business often overlook
the full extent of their costs when pricing policies and end up paying clearly.
As in other areas of social work, this technical approach does not sit well with more flexible postmodern and social constructionist perspectives which favour more inductive, grounded approaches working from the bottom up and wariness of universalising forces which overlook
local cultures and practices.
A century and a half has passed since Truth spoke out, and there are still plenty of bodies we do not see, bodies we overlook
or ignore, bodies we don't recognize as fully human.
Named after a community on Baffin Island, the hall's two-storey windows overlook
a contemplative waterfall garden.
This was also a year in which a generational shift seemed too striking to overlook