calls strike suits a "tax on innovation.
In honor of the classic video game character's newest adventure, Nintendo treated fans in New York, San Francisco and the aptly
named Upper Kirby to a visit from a customized Kirby Snack Attack Truck, allowing consumers to sample the game in advance of its Sept.
One aspect of the aptly
titled work seems to imagine an extended limit to the frames, but another leads back to its literality, its slablike thing-ness, which demands viewing from a variety of angles but ultimately shuts us out.
Financial terms are aptly
integrated to parallel the bondage (or debt) that occurs when there is a state of brokeness in our ability to draw upon our "faith account" in the Word (or bank) of God and how Christian men and women can overcome life adversities by applying life skills secured through the wisdom of God.
A comedy of manners with the unfunny undercurrent of the early years of AIDS, it follows the social and sexual adventures of the aptly
named Nicholas Guest.
The full-color photographs reveal beauty and exquisite craftsmanship, while the informed and informative text aptly
discusses the effects achieved with various alloys, how fitings changed in response to advances in warfare, symbolism, standards, and more.
Delacre's bright, colorful artwork aptly
conveys warmth, family, and parental love.
CERC will also host a Boston Harbor boat cruise to the aptly
named Windmill Point during the convention to educate delegates about renewable energy's potential.
Her article aptly
points out the giftedness of young people, especially the gifts they have to offer the church.
Bill Shannon's AOW: Remix, which received its New York premiere at Dance Theater Workshop, is aptly
While The Meaning of Jesus is indeed magnificent, it is more aptly
described as two separate songs, sung antiphonally to determine their potential for dissonance and harmony.
, in view of the size of its population, Iceland has the smallest of the embassies, which is rather tucked away in the north-west corner of the site opposite the Norwegians and behind the Danes.