developing a remarkable young talent who actually threw a pizza at Alex Ferguson.
According to John Remy, lead engineer for body structures and closures for the vehicle, this sets the Corvette well apart from
aim but the limited-edition vehicles.
What was always interesting about Petit, totally apart from
his choreography, was the manner in which he absorbed the Kochno lesson, which Kochno himself received from Diaghilev, Benois, and Fokine, of ballet as a collaboration, a kind of combined operation of the arts, in which design and painting, together with music and drama, played a vital role.
Indeed, it appears that Logan was right in considering himself an important figure in African American history, quite apart from
his reputation as an historian.
PEACHES Geldof will spend her first Christmas as a married woman apart from
Perhaps he escaped the irony of the Heritage application being made in 2003 against the background of the Israeli army carrying out massive orgies of destruction, in a lethal collective punishment, set off by 'targeted' killings and their suicidal revenge attacks, using part-British tanks and Caterpillar bulldozers in historic 'would-be heritage' cities in the Occupied West Bank--Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus and Ramallah--affecting centuries-old houses and public buildings and casbahs, gems of Arab, Crusader and colonial architecture, apart from
the devastation to people's lives.
What sets this "eco-leasing" concept apart from
current leasing programs is that once the manufacturer has gotten the used product back it is seamlessly used as raw materials for new models.
In 1998 Thomas McAdams claimed the $25,000 married filing separately Social Security base amount because he was married and believed he lived apart from
his wife, Norma, for the entire year.
HIV, there is a host of other STDs that can be passively acquired: gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia, and herpes," says Mass.
With freestyle dance, the music is so loud you're apart and yelling at each other." The ballroom dance club is a breed apart from
the traditional club or disco, which many young people find alienating.
The writer Colette expresses this same ambiguity in the form of a half-question at the end of a remarkable sentence in which she recalls her childhood impressions of her mother's garden: "Apart from
a curve of earth, apart from
a thicket of cherry laurels topped by a ginko tree--I used to give its ray-shaped leaves to my schoolmates who would dry them between the pages of the atlas--the whole warm garden thrived in a yellow light quivering with reds and violets, yet I couldn't tell whether this red, this violet, hinged, still hinge, on a sentimental happiness or on an optical dazzlement."
The newly established lower limit on the top quark's mass appears to set it apart from