, the ability to make a physical object appear out of nowhere, is therefore, not really impossible.
of the new building corresponds to its function and primarily takes place in concrete, wood and glass.
The panoramic view of the city from the library's auditorium was a central metaphor through which the teens could create a narrative of Vyborg based on their own observations and aspirations; the city itself would be the stage for the project's materialization
of these transactions would lead to a firm foothold by the Company in the domestic and Chinese publishing markets.
Threat has no place even in analytical discussions since there is no ground for its materialization
," Afkham told reporters in Tehran on Wednesday.
However, he regretted that the high expectations of the nations were not met by the UN Body as peace was still a dream and no timeframe could be set for its materialization
Actual results could differ materially depending on factors such as capital expenditures in the oil and gas industry, the timing of development of offshore energy resources, materialization
of construction risks, the strength of competition, interest rate movements and stability in developing countries.
By means of its kinked facades and its materialization
with the raw wooden faades, which form an outward appearance, it is arranged in the park-like surroundings.
Noting that Iran and Egypt proposed the Middle- East region free from nuclear weapons, he said Israel has prevented the materialization
of the idea, so far.
He also assured to take necessary steps for materialization
of their practicable proposals.
ISLAMABAD, August 13, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said Government is serious in helping out flood affectees and their rehabilitation adding all the resources at hand will be activated in materialization
of relief efforts in pursuance of the directives of the president and the prime minister.
His nighttime drive on the uncompleted New Jersey Turnpike, famously described to Sam Wagstaff in 1966, is not at all a kind of garnish meant to lend a dash of drama or grandeur a posteriori to Smith's enterprise, but rather constitutes a genuine epiphany: a furtive moment of truth, the arrested and inevitable partial image whose materialization
the works propose - "First we feel, then we fall," as Joyce wrote in Finnegans Wake (words the artist could quote from memory).