Social * Increased family cohesion: Fancily
members functioning share caregiving responsibilities and problem solving.
members and their employees show their community support by sponsoring or leading everything from Little League teams and Boy Scout troops to local church groups.
Musicality in dance can be summed up in two words: "rubato," easy to explain, and "tone," which can't really be described in words, however fancily
you try to put it.
61) Only traces of the once fancily
embossed "Annie Oakley" remain.
What I was witnessing was workplace democracy in action, or, more fancily
put, what French sociologists call autogestion or workers' self-determination.
If you think about it, none of these spaces would have felt this way had they been larger, more open to the outside or more fancily
It was a hub that had seen better days, though, for the center of Zichron was more etincelant then, as befitted a little outpost of Frenchdom in the Levant: not only the newly opened hotel (whose elegant facade with its twin flagpoles for the Ottoman crescent and the Star of David, and its fancily
lettered Maspero Cigar sign, was now shared by a shabby barbershop and a defunct dry cleaner's, while the rear of the premises, where Miriam Graf had served meals in the white-linened dining room and her son Alter had shown silent movies to the accompaniment of Munjak the fiddler, was occupied by the cottage chocolate industry of Mr.
Chef Lala, Mum Diaz-Brown, was joined by San Antonio's own Heras Fancily
of El Taco Tote, Michael Flores, Rene Fernandez and other celebrated chefs for packed cooking demonstrations within the Culinary Arts Theater held right on the show floor.
At Cerro Azul in Canete, eighty miles south of Lima, while enjoying a lunch with his fancily
, he spotted crabs near the monument that commemorates the arrival of Japanese immigrants to Peru in April 1899.
In addition to joining the Estee Lauder fancily
The POLICLEAN fancily
of non-woven synthetic fabric cleaning wheels from PFERD is made of a flexible, non-metallic, fleece material with an open structure.
Similarly, in early modern Europe, little people were kept as pets in palatial households and 'dressed fancily
, fed well, smothered with indelicate kisses and passed from lap to lap in amusement or offered to a powerful patron as a gift' (Tuan 1998, 129).