teaches writing at Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa.
Proofing strategies that will improve the process include remote color proofing, which saves time and costs, Harkens
Dominelli, clearly disillusioned by British social work, harkens
back to 'happier days' when 'Father Biesteck' handed down the values tablets.
led by Dennis Day, Michelle Harkens
and Scott Day, landed the 5-year loan from First Security Bank of Searcy.
The aptly named album Baptism harkens
back to his early days.
But they are entertaining and a decent hard rock act whose sound harkens
back to the glory days of the 70s.
Grenville Whyte harkens
back to the 1960s to draw comparison to today's level of exploration activity in the Kirkland Lake gold camp.
back to your days in school when the teacher calls a student to the chalkboard to show the correct way of solving a problem.
Those who have followed the Girls from the beginning will note that All That We Let In, their ninth studio effort, harkens
back to vintage Indigo Girls, a return to the painstaking "dueling harmonies" and alluring pop-folk that the act had abandoned for the amped-up sound of the last few records.
Kaplan: "David's comment harkens
back to that old theory: Do people really go onto the 'Net and say, 'I'm gonna look for newsletters to buy today.
The book's genre thus harkens
back to expansive milieu studies as it looks forward to more narrow materialist analyses.
Bayonets Menacing a Flower, 1945 - a black stabile ending in sharp, somewhat dangerous-looking stalks, from which a wire tendril supports at some distance a frail, white mobile "flower" - harkens
back to the "mean" Surrealist sculpture of previous decades, such as Giacometti's famous Woman with Her Throat Cut, 1932.
I find myself in the midst of a First Amendment case with little community support and a prosecutor whose mentality harkens
back to the anti-IWW days.
At the same time that nursing leaders were trying to redefinite their work as instumental and professional, Will Menninger harkens
back to the image of maternal instinct.
The need for consistency harkens
back to the factors most often cited by processors for buying any piece of auxiliary equipment--reliability, ease of maintenance, and quality of construction.