Body Tjak then proceeded through its four sections--Celebration of the Ancestors, the Body, the Spirit, and the Community--with lovingly detailed vignettes in which musicians and dancers took turns
sharing the spotlight.
A West Covina man remained in critical condition Friday following a vicious attack by two chimps who took turns
mauling him while his defenseless wife tried in vain to fight off the animals to save her husband.
Family members talked with each other while the children, from infants to teenagers, took turns
sitting on Santa's lap and receiving their presents.
They and others took turns
at center stage to express the music of their instruments in the amazing counterpoint of jazz.
They took turns
shrieking in frustration after forehands gone long and slices too short in the deciding set.
As the men roughhoused, or lovers pursued each other, or individuals took turns
improvising for their companions, the steps looked structured, rather than discovered.
A lot more people were applauding afterward, when, in the wake of one of the most thrilling games of the season, both teams took the field, then took turns
doing the snap-signal drill and embraced.
When Read beckoned, the fan hurdled a barrier and charged into the lake, swimming out to hand off the Stars and Stripes to crew members, who took turns
holding it aloft as they rowed along grandstands of cheering fans in Schinias, Greece.
Yet, as dozens took turns
addressing the RBOC board, their concerns went well beyond aesthetics.
Malone took turns
against Houston's Yao Ming in the first round, San Antonio's Tim Duncan in the second and Minnesota's Kevin Garnett in the conference finals.
Besides presenting their positions, the candidates also took turns
sniping at each other.