The Satellite Airline Terminal, in the throes
of seeking a new location, is also being represented by Studley, namely William Montana, managing director.
In the early 1930s, when America was deep in the throes
of one of the worst economic depressions in this country's history, some American leaders seemed willing to put the idea of representative democracy on hold until the economic disaster had been overcome.
Like the rest of the press, pro-war media outlets spend more time on battle deaths, terror attacks, and an insurgency whose death throes
are entering a third year with no end in sight.
People brought to a hospital in the throes
of a heart attack are more likely to survive if they receive a statin drug, a new study finds.
The project was in the throes
of foreclosure under the ownership of its developer: Downtown Riverview Ltd.
Her eight-year-old son picked the lock on the bathroom door and witnessed his mother in the throes
of death while his stepfather sat on the toilet watching.
As though rehearsing for death, the mature artist plays his last hand--first, resistance (the extended arm and outstretched finger), then the blank stare and the throes
of rigor mortis.
Pergo of Trelleborg, Sweden, still in the throes
of restructuring its laminate flooring operations in Europe and North America, saw its operating profit improve in 2004.
A red-faced couple launched a police emergency when they accidentally called 999 in the throes
of passion, it emerged yesterday.
A school insider: 'It was highly embarrassing for staff as the school is in the throes
of an inspection.
The full throes
of track season, if not exactly beckoning us, perhaps whisper in our ears that we runners explore interval training.
Cuba in the late 18th century was a society in the throes
of multiple transformations.
In Idols of the Marketplace David Hawkes posits that the century in question bore witness to the overlapping of two conflicting modes of thought: Aristotelian/ Thomistic teleology and Baconian empericism; the authors purpose is to explore the "death throes
of 'natural teleology' as they are reflected in a variety of sixteenth--and seventeenth-century texts" (28).
When Lynn Robbins flung open the door of a master suite in a Siesta Key condominium, she did not expect to see very elderly couple in the throes
My duties were explained to me and I am in the throes
of hearing testimony, seeing evidence, and weighing the facts.