predicts that the trend of one-billion-download weeks will become the norm in 2013, with the industry expected to surpass the two-billion downloads in a week in the fourth quarter.
Bookmakers expect over pounds 1million to be bet on a festive flurry
Pope John Paul II's statement about the moral obligation to feed and hydrate patients who are in a "persistent vegetative state" has caused a flurry
of questions among health care providers, ethicists, and families alike--and no easy answers have been reached yet.
Since then there has been an explosion of site personalization--OK, a mild flurry
In a flurry
of activity, CMP Media (Manhasset, NY) has begun the publication of new magazines for China and the Middle East, a new e-newsletter and two new high tech online information services.
of high-energy particles and magnetism triggered auroras (colored lights in the sky, usually seen near Earth's poles) for sky watchers as far south as Texas (see diagram, right).
Yesterday, some upland parts of North Northumberland were still under a light covering of snow, following a flurry
Bangladesh staged a recovery after an early flurry
of wickets left them in danger of recording their lowest-ever limited-overs total against England today.
The late 19th and early 20th centuries saw a flurry
of inventors striving to find a way to enable man to take to the skies.
"We won't see a flurry
of activity until the attestation standards are released," probably later this year, Stephens adds.
The proposed legislature has already met with a flurry
of controversy ranging from fears of a Lima-centric Senate to a budget-busting increase in bureaucrats.
But amidst the flurry
of activity during the weeklong show, it was the work of Japanese artist Momoyo Torimitsu that shone.