It proved smarter to abide by the tradition of the well-worn
and commonplace, which made the presence of the Martha Graham Ensemble opening the second half of the program with "Steps in the Street" (staged by Yuriko from Graham's 1936 work Chronicle) nothing more than a puzzlement.
Spring is here, which, for many people, means it's time to do some serious cleaning, un-cluttering their homes of well-worn
household items to make room for new stuff.
America's Kip Fulbeck examined the well-worn
theme of Asian identity in Lilo and Me, but added a Disney twist.
The pleasure that we derive from following these well-worn
theoretical pathways to their expected ends is ultimately that of the good student, which once again brings up the question of audience.
But when the Agency's chief officer visited Israel in June, he was kept far away from Israel's nuclear plants on the well-worn
pretext that Israel does not have nuclear weapons and that, therefore, there is nothing to talk about.
Our new TV image may, to borrow a well-worn
phrase, "look like gay America," but does it now exclude the drag queen heroes and social renegades who gave rise to the Stonewall revolution?
If you're just starting out exploring this type of running, choose milder inclines or flat trails, and favor well-worn
Berkeley hip has seen a lot of action.
For example, replacing a well-worn
hydraulic hose that springs a leak after vehicle startup is not preventive maintenance--it's just maintenance.
Bryant celebrates the well-worn
markers of black life: soul food, large women, religion, jazz, alcohol abuse, and gleaning moments of clarity from poverty.
Unless one follows this well-worn
path or gets an emergency exemption, David Ruenzel tells us in his Feature essay, the maze that a prospective teacher must negotiate is filled with dead ends, Yet the hoops and hurdles of certification persist-despite the fact that alternative paths have considerable promise.
Legitimate mission statements can be the proverbial shots heard around the world and can open a well-worn
and highly success-prone pathway in front of CEOs who need to know how to save their foundries.
To dust off a well-worn
phrase: The future looks very bright in lighting .
For the Christian reader, this book provides a new perspective on well-worn
Sunday school stories and a primer on the many interpretations and myths attached to Pilate throughout church history.
If you buy the well-worn
argument that all mothers without men are victims and their children are doomed, this book may bolster that bias.