In time to a pre-recorded drum-roll and orchestra stab, Mark Saltveit let fall
the previously hidden lower half of the trophy, which was a mirror image of the upper half: a suitably palindromic moment to close the inaugural World Palindrome Championship.
In essence, the question to ask when evaluating your marketing tactics (the nets) comes down not to how many fish you can catch with it, but how many big fish--or conversely, how much junk it will let fall
through the holes.
I imagine that if I were a man I would be able to construct entire meals from whatever I had unintentionally let fall
into my whiskers over the course of a week.
Almost every sane person in the land these days wishes he or she could fly a Lancaster over Brussels and Strasbourg and let fall
a couple of VILLAIN particularly hot incendiaries.
Mitchell's reading of "The Old Cumberland Beggar" in terms of its curious chains of such "parasitings" (the birds feed from the crumbs that the beggar's palsied hands let fall
, the beggar feeds from the charity of the villagers, etc.) is certainly suggestive, although from Serres' point of view, it is impossible to describe any kind of social relationship that is free of such parasitism.
And unfortunately for the detective, the man he let fall
to his near-death wakes up from his coma.
BDI called on Albanians to keep their calm and not let fall
prey to provocation and scenarios undermining Macedonia's EU integration and tainting the image of Albanians in all countries where they live.
Wright does present a lot of common sense ideas in his latest book--at one point he reveals that "a detailed internal position description helps match candidate skills during interviews"--but the tips can point out things we easily let fall
to the wayside when we're being lazy.
The saint, also known as The Little Flower, was known to have prophesied that she would be very active after her death, saying: "I'll let fall
a shower of roses on the earth when I'm in heaven."
St Thrse, whose miracles included helping a blind girl see, famously wished to "let fall
a shower of roses on earth" after her death.
Aa This tired, morally bankrupt American mantra essentially argues that only the rich, the strong, the oppressors and the enforcers of injustice (notably the Americans and the Israelis) have the right to use violence, while the poor, the weak, the oppressed and the victims of injustice must renounce violence, submit to their fate and accept whatever crumbs their betters may magnanimously deign suitable to let fall
from their table -- a principle dear to the hearts and minds of those who are happy with the status quo but not one likely to win hearts and minds among those who are not or, indeed, anyone who believes that justice should be pursued and injustice resisted.