Attack the weedline or flotsam
with a pair of rods and mix up the lures.
Today, scientists recognize flotsam
as a tremendous source of scientific data.
Burns decided to highlight the work of the leading expert on flotsam
and jetsam, Dr.
David Wiesner's FLOTSAM
(0618194576, $17.00) provides a wordless picture story in a set of images which tells of something astonishing which washes up on a beach.
and Jetsam, Slayer, and VOIVOD were all on Metal Blade and were all vying for the same dollar and gigs.
In some of his smaller photographs, Schmelling isolates details, illuminating pathetically preserved doll parts, old advertisements, and trashed audio cassettes--an inventory of cultural flotsam
That is why certain schools, churches and even power stations can survive from one century to another, examples of creative adaptation which put to shame the flotsam
and jetsam which too often surrounds us.
At Covehythe, south of Lowestoft on the Suffolk coast in the 1920s, there was found among the flotsam
and jetsam that litter the beach at low tide a slim, fair-haired, teenage girl - naked but for a riding boot on her right foot.
More golf balls, tennis, balls, soft balls, parts of boats, or just useless flotsam
Still, a bit of mill flotsam
could always lodge in the gap between wheel and sensor and disrupt things, Robin son said.
In practice, Holland would surely agree (as part of an exit deal) to buy back the flotsam
of notes (which would have found their way into central bank vaults in the truncated union as a counterpart to deposit growth).
The model uses local winds to 'blow' the flotsam