In a way I admirewhat Tina Brown is doing (he said respectfully, protecting his future job prospects).
"It's as if they've been brainwashed by all the admiringprofiles of Bill Gates and Steve Case into thinking that their own considerable achievements aren't big enough."
The otherwise admiringreview of the Letters in the daily New York Times complained that Powell failed to speak enough about the two world wars she lived through.
But I respect women, I admirewomen, and if that's supposed to be bad, then I'm guilty.
While Prudie admiresconcern for the spouse's self-esteem, peace in the family, and the reputation of the illicit partner, she must point out that all are jeopardized by the "gentleman's" actions.
Both also have had privileged political careers, floating into the Senate on celebrity or lineage, and both seem better suited to being selected by boards of admiringelders than to the grungy business of running for office.
The name-magic belief in this case was that a child named after an admiredfigure might cause some of that person's qualities to be passed on to the child.
The Ohara Tokikan pottery hall is devoted to the work of modern pottery masters Kanjiro Kawai, Shoji Hamada, and Kenkichi Tomimoto, as well as their much admiredfriend, Bernard Leach, the influential British potter credited with popularizing Japanese rustic ceramic styles and techniques abroad.
The magazine profiles Anson Chan, the much-admiredhead of Hong Kong's civil service.
Regarding the release of admiringletters she had written to Clinton after their disputed Oval Office meeting, he is quoted saying, "We don't pretend we can compete with the White House spin machine."
One of the most admiredlines in the earl's eulogy was his promise to Diana that the Spencer family will do all it can to ensure that Princes William and Harry "are not simply immersed by duty and tradition, but can sing openly as you planned."
The Te Tau family buried their much-loved and admiredmatriarch Kuini Te Tau, 98, on Thursday.
Similarly, articles about Gen Y--many written by boomer parents--are fulsome about how well boomers are raising their tots, how intimately parents and kids communicate, and how much kids admiremom and dad.
The more common experience is to watch a much-admiredmovie with high hopes only to discover that Magnolia is Short Cuts for dummies, or that Boys Don't Cry has no ideas about its subject beyond those in any of a score of newspaper articles written about the case.
You have to admireP for doing all this on his own, putting the records and movies out himself and turning it into a nine figure company," says rap legend Bill Stephney, CEO of StepSun Music.
Early on, he specialized in admiringportraits of successful young men: Bradley as a star college basketball player, Thomas Hoving at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The only original bell remaining is the South Tower’s famous bourdon, whose much admiredpurity of tone was achieved by melting down its bronze and mixing it with gold and silver donated by Louis XIV’s aristocracy.
Christmas time is especially popular here when pilgrims come to admirerelics of the holy crib from Bethlehem.
More than 120 VW Beetles and Kombis gathered at the Easter car rally, organised by Nelson couple John and Ineke Manshande, with hundreds of admiringspectators turning up for the rally's "show and shine" at Founders Park on Sunday.
For kids in school, rising to academic challenges posed by admiredteachers, it seems to me, offers the best route to building the responsible, committed attitude everybody hopes for in youth--better, surely, than any special workshop is likely to.
In some cases, modern buildings were erected in their place that are not admiredtoday.
Hartford House - Christchurch - www.hartfordhouse.co.nz This luxury Bed and Breakfast ( B&B ) accommodation is in one of Christchurch's most admiredturn of the century homes.
ran an article on how the picture's critical reception had changed from rejection by a scandalized France in 1890 to enthusiastic acclaim by an admiringworld in 1990.
An admiringarticle on Israel's new Labor leader, Ehud Barak, speculates that the besieged Likud government is headed for more trouble and may turn to Barak for support.
Those who wish to sharpen their language skills are best advised to read and write, and to do both as much as possible, perhaps trying to emulate an admiredwriter.
Greville's admiringbiography of his friend, who died young, may have somewhat eclipsed Greville's own reputation.
I have choosen my profession because I admirechildren and I like to make my home cosy.
"She's a one-woman phenomenon"-- an admiringcomment from her predecessor, Mickey Kantor.
Total Electric Answer "Our Goal: Total Customer Satisfaction" Says the Economist , the popular business fanzine: "GE tops most polls as the world's most-admiredcompany.
Readers whoadmire a stiff upper lip will be impressed by excerpts from the doctor-patient correspondence.
Criticsadmire the group's eclectic influences--including funk, flamenco, and psychedelic--and its lyrics, "as dense, obsessed, prolific and full of popular and arcane references as a Pynchon novel" (Neil Strauss, the New York Times ).
But even if you don’t want to spend hoursadmiring the art collection, the building itself — a former home of France’s kings — has much to offer and, if you plan your visit well, it is sure to be enjoyable.
" What do the postal workersadmire?
Editorialistsadmired and reviled his diabolical shrewdness.
Similarly, articles about Gen Y--many written by boomer parents--are fulsome about how well boomers are raising their tots, how intimately parents and kids communicate, and how much kidsadmire mom and dad.
With opera fans on each side of the oceanadmiring the other's support system, we must ask: Which method of subsidizing opera is preferable?
Explore Melbourne at your own paceadmiring its city gardens and stunning architecture.
When it's new and shiny, peopleadmire, it performs well, is comfortable to use and is reliable.
The problem remains: Do we, should we, bother with evaluative comparisons and contextualizations with an artist like Chris Ofili whose agenda seems to be anti-aesthetic, and whose context is much more the current sensations of pop music and fashion with which he vies in terms of energy and verve, than the old masters, the "strong and durable" artadmired by Cézanne in the Louvre, and by many of us in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum?
<SPAN class=630250921-01071999><EM>TNR</EM>'s Man of the Millennium</SPAN> New York Times Magazine , Dec. 19 The cover profileadmires Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's steely determination to make peace.
Te Waka Huia has set a standard from the very start, and has since gone on to set recordsadmired and envied throughout the country in the history of Traditional Maori Performing Arts.
On Page 13 there's a shot of New York schoolboysadmiring a sidewalk assortment of metal windup toys.
An extended stopadmiring the views was the prelude to the most difficult part of the day.
High-tech titansadmire Bradley's nuanced grasp of financial esoterica and support for free trade.
It is likely that one's taste deteriorates under the continuous barrage of vulgarity: many who todayadmire the dadaists, cubists, surrealists, hard-edge realists, nonobjective and abstract artists would have reviled them, along with a significant percentage of the population, had they been dalive when their paintings first appeared, just as staid, conservative critics condemned the impressionists and advocates of other nouvelles vagues .
On a rainforest walkadmire a picturesque waterfall, hear of the rivers importance to the early Maori people.
Then he says, 'I love your teeth (what sort of weirdoadmires your teeth?)
Each morning it is filled with womenadmiring the bountiful displays of meat, fish, fruit, and vegetables, and shopping in the traditional manner for fresh, not plastic-wrapped, produce.
There followed some head to head discussion while the playeradmired the card and it turned out the card was not valid so the ref put it away.
You might prefer to tour the sights of Melbourne cityadmiring its sprawling parks, grand architecture and vibrant street life.
Then sit back and watch your colleaguesadmire your work.
The 17 contributorsadmire the doggedness that has made Alexander a figure of fun to the press.