Ultra- modern coaches gathered dust
By Rakesh Ranjan in New Delhi
Vivaldi's compositions gathered dust
even as listeners applauded the achievements of his contemporary Bach, and it was only until the 1920s that they were uncovered--and only after World War II that they became truly popular.
Thomas faced a pounds 2340 bill for the 577 days his Nissan gathered dust
. But the car park owners waived the bill, and Thomas celebrated by sharing two bottles of wine he found in the boot with the parking attendants in Offenbach, Germany.
And that's why, for years, David Stacton's thirty-year-old historical novel Sir William gathered dust
on my most out-of-reach bookshelf.
"We have learned of not infrequent instances where industrially donated instrumentation and equipment has gathered dust
because the recipient university simply could not afford to maintain and service it,' Bromley told a House task force on science policy last week.