That "The sway of language and its furtherings / Swept and swayed
in us like nets in water" conveys, on the one hand, an impression of Northern Ireland trawled by the nets of empire--in this reading "furtherings" are extensions of cultural infiltration--and, on the other, an impression of people simply swaying back and forth, bending as much to their own inclinations as in accommodation of alien influences: water cannot be held by any net.
Avoid the temptation to be swayed
by fast-growth opportunities, she said.
An estimated 50,000 visited the bridge yesterday, compared with 100,000 on Saturday when it opened for the first time and had to be closed for 10 minutes after it swayed
as thousands of visitors flocked to cross it.
But the jury seemed swayed
less by race than by the argument that police work is risky, that the police stand as the "thin blue line" between law-abiding citizens and criminals, that King's behavior was frightening.
Wall Street has swayed
into the bullish camp on KSS, as suggested by the latest Zacks (www.
Investigators found up to 8,000 were on the suspension bridge at the time, including many from the countryside who did not realise it swayed
with a huge crowd on it.
The 'Transformers' star has said that screenwriter Dablo Cody's shoes swayed
her to do the movie.
The people of California are easily swayed
less when tactors delivered their subtle, erratic drumming to nerves, the researchers report in the Oct.
The 320-metre long structure across the Thames in central London swayed
alarmingly under the weight of thousands of people at its official opening on Saturday.
in 1986 to pursue a career in engineering but was swayed
by the beauty of Napa Valley to redirect his attention to winemaking.
Madison, a corporate litigation attorney, will not be swayed
by all the pressure, according to a business partner.