Design is something I love," he muses, "especially modernism, with its elegance and timeless form." Which brings us to mid-century modern, the aesthetic so prevalent in the re-cover
Neither EINSTEIN-DVT nor RE-COVER
was designed to provide an answer.
IATA said there is still a lot of ground to re-cover
with airlines only valued at 50 percentof their 2007 high.
With ten minutes to go, fold through the beans and peas, re-cover
and return to the oven until the rice is tender and the chicken is cooked through.
and leave to cook until fluffed up and cooked through.
"I spoke to the tournament director about it; we are playing on the same cloth for eight days and they are going to re-cover
them tonight I think," Higgins said.
He was fuming following his second round defeat, after tournament bosses decided not to re-cover
the table prior to his match.
Likewise, these grids, light tan in color, are made using masking tape, though they initially appear to be comprised of masking tape: In contrast to a previous generation of Los Angeles painters, Fowler avoids slickness by using tape analytically--along with a perfunctory application of acrylic--to cover and re-cover
his brightly colored ground, building what Smithson, in a different context, called "ruins in reverse."
David says it is often cheaper to purchase a new seat than rebuild and re-cover
an old one.
"We don't want to re-cover
the same material as last year," Peters says.
This essay explores a Black woman rhetorical critic's search to re-cover
Black women's rhetorical traditions in America.
with the remaining soil so that there is no line of demarcation between crown and soil level.