Throughout his professional career, Diego Alonso has shared the stage, with prominent musicians and ensembles including Roco M[sz]rquez (Spain), Jorge Prez (Spain), Alfonso Cid (New York), Darwin Noguera (Chicago), Victor Garcia (Chicago), Alberto Sells (Spain, Sweden), Chiara Mangiamelli (Chicago, Poland), Las Guitarras de Espa[+ or -]a (U.S., Mexico, Portugal, Morocco), Fulcrum Point
New Music Project (Chicago), and others.
balanced eccentric, higher speeds, fulcrum point
position, and stroke.
A good networking plan is like the fulcrum point
, the base from which effective and continuous networking behaviors will spring.
An arrow with a higher FOC will move the fulcrum point
farther forward on the arrow, giving the fletching more leverage.
Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire, whom Monk describes as a fulcrum point
within the series.
Turnbull's visit is a critical opportunity for the premier and for all Australians to absorb that the US is at a fulcrum point
. Australia should start thinking about how to secure its interests in the uncertain future that awaits.
Director of music, Canon Marcus Huxley, said: "It is a great thrill to find ourselves at this fulcrum point
in the history of the cathedral." The memory of Birmingham historian, Chris Upton, will also be honoured after his death last October.
He explains: "The play starts with a party and on a knife edge, a fulcrum point
. For me that's New Year's Eve, when people are thinking about what's behind them and what is to come in the New Year.
7 LUKE CHARTERIS The tall lock-out forward with the long arms was in the thick of the action through-out, being Wales' primary target at the line-out and the fulcrum point
of the driving mauls that were often set up, to put his case forward to start against England.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran is considered as a fulcrum point
for other regional nations and if the Islamic Republic didn't exist, terrorism would spread in the entire Middle-East," Ahmadi Moqaddam said.