IBM's new Lotus campaign stands out as one of the more aggressive sets of ads in recent memory
, designed to ridicule the anti-authoritarian tendencies the audience might have.
"No issue facing the nation in recent memory
had engaged the attention of a more formidable array of elder statesmanhood.'
He said: "In 2009 we are likely to face the most difficult market conditions in recent memory
Besides the non-profit sector, overall office leasing activity at the Empire State Building is enjoying one of its busiest sustained periods in recent memory
. Last year, for example, the volume of new leasing activity by total footage was up 81.3% (231,886 SF compared to 127,934 SF in 2002); the number of new lease transactions was up 21.3% (97 leases compared to 80); the volume of renewals by total footage was up 42.3% (147,503 SF to 103,635 SF); and the volume of lease renewals was up 5.5% (58 leases to 55).
And no star of recent memory
shaped herself so heroically as the late Greek-American soprano Maria Callas.
The new board even includes, for the first time in recent memory
, a representative from the Sokaogon Chippewa tribe.
By failing to comment on the movie's money shot of the White House blown to smithereens, Dole served notice that he had never caught the most successful trailer in recent memory
An accelerating rate of job creation in the New York metropolitan area and good news in the commercial real estate market are combining to make 2004 one of the best in recent memory
for Westchester County retailers and property owners.
This designation should be on all programming that disguises the increasingly incestuous relationship between corporate America and the news media, and that seeks to eradicate from recent memory
examples of newsroom cowardice.
The 1995 Venice Biennale is the most reactionary contemporary-art event in recent memory
Tole, General Manager of the Empire State Building, who noted that the property is presently enjoying one of its busiest periods of sustained leasing activity in recent memory
As a result, Santa Fe has "the most radical city council in recent memory
," according to the Santa Fe Reporter.