Assuming that there is no comparable extension of size at the small end of the continuum, ongoing cosmic expansion insures that at some time in the future, we will indeed be comparatively
And while playing under that strain they were consistently involved in games featuring a comparatively
small number of corners.
low temperatures and drizzle for days, Mount Tai in east China's Shandong Province has become a tourist hotspot with its frosty charm.
The group is also expected to generate comparatively
sound earnings and retain its financial balance, JCR added.
The report also cites England's comparatively
poor record at Under-17, Under- 19, and Under-21 tournaments in recent years as evidence that the future of the national team is not good.
Yet, yet, yet--although that urge to express oneself rhythmically is prehistoric, and we may easily guess that primitive dance, imitative of animals and hunters (not that unlike those cave paintings) is also of enormous antiquity, theatrical dance, which is of comparatively
recent origin, is certainly far younger than drama.
He then briskly walks through the years, from when early vehicle designs continued to have comparatively
large tires, a high seating position, and then a bit of a boot on the back.
Though Schiller's fascination with crime and criminals has bee previously explored at length, his views concerning punishment have received comparatively
less scrutiny in the past; Crime, Aesthetics, and the Poetics of Punishment remedies the omission, exploring how Schiller consciously discredited retribution, his question of whether murder can ever be constructed to be "good", and the expression of Schillers thoughts and points of debate through his famous plays including "Maria Stuart", "Wilhelm Tell", and "The Maid of Orleans".
When asked to explain why Joe Calzaghe isn't at the head of their market for the British Sports Personality of the Year extravaganza that takes place in, er, December, Sharpe concluded that his incredible beating of Jeff Lacy 'was seen by comparatively
few TV viewers'.
According to Dan McNulty, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO of DTZ Rockwood, "The comparatively
limited number of existing CCRCs relative to growing senior demographics as well as the high replacement cost supports the strong demand for existing communities.
, in the United States, more than 85% live in cities, a figure the world body estimates Latin Americans will achieve by 2030.