On the whole, Birkin convincingly presents Billow
in his ancillary, "reproductive" role: premiering Liszt's Sonata in B minor and Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto as pianist and 'Wagner's music dramas and Johannes Brahms's revised First Symphony as conductor; establishing the Berlin Gesellschaft.
At Meiningen in Thuringia--which town, when Billow
arrived in 1880, dwelt in such soporific circumstances that it had a grand total of five cabs and no restaurants--he took over the local orchestra and turned it from a third-rate ensemble of purely local interest into a stunningly accomplished group that evoked an eighteenth-century British visitor's description of Mannheim's band as "an army of generals.
It turns out, a curtain billows
and clings because a shower stall is what engineers call a "driven cavity.
A TYRES fire caused large plumes of smoke to billow
across parts of Bootle.
Smoke began to billow
from the National Express crosscountry Plymouth to Edinburgh service soon after it arrived at Newcastle Central Station just after 1.
Encompassed by the panorama of Paris, the restaurant under Pompidou's coloured ducting is a cool volume of silvery light in which enormous Arp-ian structures billow
out of an aluminium floor, their gaping mouths glowing with coloured luminance.
These united molecules sometimes billow
to form stable fullerenes with 400 or more carbon atoms, he and his colleagues report in the Sept.
columns of smoke billow
from the blaze at the scrap metal firm.
1 -- color) Darkened, ominous clouds of smoke billow
up from the Lake Piru fire, here framed by the landscape of Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia.
Bubbles do most of their damage not when they burst but when they billow
, according to a new study by You Lung Chen and Jacob Israelachvili at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
of smoke engulfed a truck along the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) on Tuesday.