A community builds around a woman whose ordinary life
might otherwise have faded from memory, all because of "tiny little details micro-memories, dried petals, worn pencils All the beauty of everyday things.
The ordinary life
of petro-politics indicates a particular link with libidinal forces, individuals beginning to adulate their cars.
Best Special Report, "Anemic Yields Put Spotlight on Retention," reveals that ordinary life
persistency has been relatively steady, fluctuating between 81.
Positive rating actions could result from continued new business premium growth within AFL s ordinary life
lines while controlling its annuity sales growth and maintaining its current level of profitability and risk-adjusted capitalization.
This embrace of change and open-endedness was noticeable in nearly all of the works in Patterson's Studio Museum show; and, indeed, his ordinary life
suggests that he views the role of "the artist" itself as an indeterminate score (or open piece) that can be interpreted in unexpected ways.
For a long time I have felt we have a judicial system and judges who are out of touch with ordinary life
Life/Health Writers, ranked by the amount of ordinary life
issued in 2009.
Amy also took time out to record a special acoustic version of her new song Ordinary Life
for the Daily Record website.
Today's footballers and their families may be criticised for being far removed from ordinary life
, but Mrs Best's story was a great advert for them leaving their pasts behind for a new, protected and rarefied existence.
4 : a place away from ordinary life
or business <a quiet corner of a big city>
Rosen's turn to ordinary life
is a close cousin to Socrates' turn away from the attempt to apprehend being directly to the investigation through logoi--the so-called second sailing-as well as to Leo Strauss's turn to political philosophy.
HAS BEEN AROUND FOR 164 YEARS, and it isn't about to go away.