these are other, isolated shots: 2004 Democratic presidential hopefuls; a yoga class; Central Park after a snowfall; mermaids in an aquarium; Ronald Reagan's funeral; the captured Saddam Hussein; a strutting Mick Jagger; various works of art; Charlton Heston brandishing a rifle; a hippopotamus; ballerinas; a sinking ship; Colin Powell addressing the United Nations.
The structure is modeled after blues music, with breaks punctuating
the background rhythms of analysis.
Standing" sounds straight out of a Southern Baptist church, a swaying spiritual with haunting organs, punctuating
guitar licks, and choir-like backing vocals.
the comptroller's agenda will be a keynote address by Ashok Gupta, Director of the Air and Energy Program of the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Moreover, by punctuating
the channels with arrowhead-shaped nodes, the scientists could make sure the microtubules all travel one way along the channels.
The highway from the international airport is lined with an uneasy mish-mash of disjointed buildings punctuating
what can be imagined once to have been an innocent agricultural landscape -- the sort of non-place corridor that connects almost every airport to its city, though in tropical Taiwan, prolific and intensely green vegetation partly softens the relentless aggressive mediocrity.