Most of his literary output is tinged by the world of flight, but on a rarified
level of classroom and seminar.
Will our boys be able to survive up there, in the rarified
air, that's as thinning as Francis Rossi's hair?
We should all look beyond the rarified
world of the Premier League, where too many clubs and players believe the self-justifying publicity.
Through the voice of his young but observant protagonist, Brewster makes accessible the rarified
world of art, in particular this close community of artists and their families.
Americans may be fretting about rising energy prices, the worsening home mortgage crisis, and falling home values but, in the rarified
air at 40,000 feet where the super-rich cruise aboard their private jets, it is a different story.
All of us on the production team enjoyed the rarified
company of the music icon who turns out to be one of the most sincere and generous celebrities you could ever meet.
Santa Anita 1m1f AW (11.30pm) Lava Man (Doug O'Neill/Corey Nakatani), the seven-time Grade 1 winner and notable omission from last weekend's Breeders' Cup, bids to return to winning ways in less rarified
surroundings after a pair of below-par efforts.
Tobold breathes the rarified
air of a person whose wealth mocks the very notion of wealth.
The letters contain a wealth of technical information and breathe the rarified
air of the book collector's world: long-vanished authors, illustrators, bookbinders, book dealers and auction houses.
The air up there, rarified
though it may be, is important to this business.
Wigan boss Chris Hutchings' team are sniffing the rarified
air near the top of the table despite being dismissed by many as no-hopers.
as prayers, fragrances with an openness that's so