During the past four months nine West Midlands schools have been busily
dreaming up their own superhero and creating a car specifically for them, incorporating all the gadgets they need to save the planet.
Marcelo Leite writes that he and his wife, Claudia, "are busily
working on our PhD dissertations, both at Unicamp (Universidade Estadual de Campinas).
She kept three secretaries busily
at work, so it is clear that she lived in the turmoil of affairs and that her prayer, however difficult it may often have been for her, was the instrument that made a saint.
Rather, as Merrill Goozner writes, the high price tag placed on Amgen products can only be justified as paying "for the scientists and technicians squirreled away in Thousand Oaks, who are busily
searching for the next generation of wonder drugs.
But unlike some bigger competitors that are busily
scanning everything in sight and converting that into electronic images, ArchivesOne (www.
Over the past few months I've spent many idle moments watching bumblebees buzzing busily
around the lavender on my patio: they appear to be attracted to this plant.
Mountains of data, busily
collected over the past 20 years, tell the story--and tell it, by the way, far more clearly than the average high school student could .
papering the streets of Manhattan with flyers like this one, asking the public to help find a lost half-full bottle of Rheingold beer.
Following the recent release of a new, one-volume edition of the dictionary of contemporay Latin titled Lexicon Recentis Latinitas, the Vatican panel of five Latinists is now busily
working on keeping up with all kinds of new phrases used in conversation these days.
JT, like its big sector rivals, has realized the rich potential of markets like China and Indonesia, and has been busily
weaning those countries off their domestic brands and onto Camels and Salems.
The pretty blonde, who is looking much happier these days following her split from Les Dennis, has been busily
mapping out her assault on Hollywood with her agent in Los Angeles.
But by the time Elizabeth Blackwell graduated from medical school in 1849, women such as Catherine Beecher were busily
subverting the genre, turning it to feminine prophetic purposes.