Large departments embrace two atria and each atrium can be enlarged to form nodes for collective student activity that punctuate
Backed by Ed Ratliff's musical combo and a masterfully compiled sound tape by John Huntington, the three are witty and engaging--except when they try to sing--and downright hilarious when they punctuate
their skits with highstepping dance parodies of everything from cheerleading to contact improv.
Gazing into the rock and fossil record, some geologists and paleontologists have found various periodicities to the mass extinctions that punctuate
the earth's history.
Soaring canted and curved roof forms punctuate
Organisms that have settled comfortably into their evolutionary niches, having survived millions of years of normal, or "background," extinction forces, could suddenly find that the evolutionary tables have turned on them during the relatively brief and rare episodes of mass extinction that punctuate
the history of the earth.
serves to punctuate
the completion of our corporate transformation while concurrently initiating a new paragraph in the Company's development and progression toward the fulfillment of greatly increased shareholder value.
I'm looking forward to the challenge of composing a score that will punctuate
the original and innovative concept.
Eliasson is often admired for his subtle architectural and technological works that punctuate
(and sometimes puncture) the monotony of the everyday--his ability to turn the banal into an unexpected site of illumination.
Although the economy remains sluggish, we are excited to punctuate
a profitable quarter by rewarding our investors with this dividend," said Vic Edelbrock, President and Chief Executive Officer.
The facts are clearly presented, and Mapplethorpe's photographs generously punctuate
the trial sequences as evidence for the rather surreal testimony introduced by both accusers and accused.