"As we begin to build Edwin's Place, we embark on the construction of a new building that will enable Breaking Ground
to welcome some of our most vulnerable citizens--formerly homeless individuals and families--as well as low-income.
The non-profit Brauch fund is close to breaking ground
on their first park.
"We are breaking ground
for more than a factory," said Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
"Summer Work" graphically presents how the poet "suckered tobacco and pulled / weeds," all the while talking, his "boot- worn feet" stamping, "sunk / in the muddy earth." But as in "Ars Poetica" Moore moves in his closing from sheer realism to images not only carefully threaded by sound, but also charged with ambiguous resonance: "I prayed / that the heat would not deepen / while crows flew across the windless sky." Also like "Ars Poetica," "Breaking Ground
" enacts a circular pattern, beginning and ending with pictures of "breaking ground
." And yet, again, the act of planting near the family farmhouse brings to the speaker's mind thoughts "of ancestors who worked this land," which lead him to "listen hard" - to "voices, finally gone," "ancient trees," "pure mystery."
After purchasing the building from the Jehovah's Witnesses last year for $135 million with the intent of renovated the 600-key hotel, RFR dealt the properly to Breaking Ground
, a not-for-profit organization focused on creating and maintaining affordable housing.
"Within the coming two months, we shall be breaking ground
on 3 electricity factories that produce an additional amount of 840 megawatts, which is 70 percent more than the presently available amount," Bassil explained, hoping this would introduce Lebanon to "a new electricity reality." June 2014 is the date that Bassil had set for the factory to start producing electricity, explaining that it's an environment friendly plant.
To capture an area's place in time, students might portray anything from seaside locals haggling at a fish market to construction equipment breaking ground
on a new subdivision in a growing area.
Common Ground, New York City's largest supportive housing provider, announced its new name: Breaking Ground