I'm not saying he's going to win it,'' Delahoussaye said of Perfect
Drift, ``but I'm saying he has a good chance.
Edgerton lauds the program throughout the book, despite his claims that companies like Perfect
Game (Area Code and Team One are others noted in the book) are making high school baseball increasingly irrelevant and youth select, or "travelling," ball increasingly relevant.
3 : thoroughly skilled or trained : meeting the highest standards <a perfect
The eight-horse field, set Wednesday, includes Lava Man, an 8-5 favorite to become the first to sweep the Santa Anita Handicap, Hollywood Gold Cup and Pacific Classic; Giacomo, 3-1 to record his first major victory since the 2005 Kentucky Derby; and Perfect
Drift, 6-1 to improve on his frequent near-misses in big races.
That makes Perfect
Portions Flaky and Reduced Fat Biscuits not so perfect
Medium" is full of neologisms, the most wonderful of which is the "skotograph," a spirit photograph taken without a camera or light but by pressing a phorographic plate against the face.
Commerce says its solutions can reduce overall purchasing costs by more than 15 percent, cut transaction costs 75 percent and significantly enhance buyer-supplier relationships.
The new offering, Perfect
Commerce OSN Connect for PeopleSoft, will enable PeopleSoft SRM customers to:
Peach looks perfect
on girls with yellow undertones to their skin.
Peter Dombernowsky beat on a box of perfect
Our bodies have to be perfect
, our job performance has to be perfect
, we have to be perfect
mothers or fathers, we have to plan our party perfectly, we have to be the perfect
boss, our houses have to be cleaned perfectly and on and on goes our list, but we forget that we are only human beings, doing the very best we can and human beings are not born to be perfect
In his new book, The Perfect
Store: Inside eBay, Cohen reports that the online auction service began as an exercise in economic theory, a real-world attempt at forming that most basic of microeconomic precepts, the perfect
Son begins with a shot of a dead man lying on a bed and another man on the phone calling for a body bag.
To the Editor: Robert Lear contributes a most illuminating prescription for the newly selected CEO of a multi-billion dollar enterprise seeking to form the perfect
board, "Devising the Perfect
Board," (CE: November 2000).