This volume took its inspiration from a symposium celebrating the work of Professor MacDougall and, fittingly
, it contains the fruits of perceptive and tenacious scholarship matched with inventive curiosity and intellectual ambition.
First Lenny Johnrose smashed the ball home then fittingly
the last word came from Thomas who chipped Alan Fettis for his hat-trick just on the hour.
Instead, the story is endlessly optimistic, so much so that the 25-year-old now uses his story to inspire others, working as a motivational speaker who fittingly
has been featured on Oprah.
, the authors are natives of Wallace's home state of Iowa, former U.
Charlie, star of the Ground Force gardening series, cast her expert gaze over thousands of plants and took the wraps off the new bloom, fittingly
called Charlie's Rose.
The resulting volume has been carefully edited and beautifully produced, fittingly
enough, by the MIT Press.
, the bagpipes of World Cup anthem Carnival de Paris blared out as the Light Blues legions hailed a new hero.
The mutant strain of flies, fittingly
dubbed cheapdate, fall out of a lab apparatus filled with ethanol fumes faster than normal flies.
The milestone 50th annual Steel Founders' Society of America Technical and Operating Conference, November 7-9 in Chicago, fittingly
attracted both its highest attendance in a decade and the presentation of some vital work being done at member foundries.
, the resort occupies the verdant site of the former Jamaica Playboy Club Hotel in Ocho Rios.
announced at GE's India ecomagination launch held in New Delhi on February 20th, the agreement compliments GE's company-wide ecomagination effort -- a commitment focused on aggressively bringing to market new technologies that help customers meet pressing environmental challenges, such as access to sustainable energy and water supplies.
, it was Scotland's most-capped international George Glen whose peg was pulled out of the hat.