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The Post and the Times front separate features on the President's rosegarden apology and expression of "profound sorrow" for triggering the events of the past year.
She opens her jacket (she's naked underneath) and red rosepetals drift out.
Plaça de Sant Josep Oriol adjoins Plaça del Pi, on which sits Santa María del Pi, a handsome church with a tall octagonal bell tower and a harmonious façade pierced by a large 15th-century rosewindow.
The London Evening Standard said in an editorial that "no reasonable person could feel any personal animus against Emperor Akihito" but that "most Londoners will feel little reason to celebrate," because "the risingsun flag remains, for much of the world, a symbol of terror and shame."
That is what it takes to pay our faculty and staff, provide programs such as the civil and criminal practice clinics, sponsor travel for the moot court teams, cover expenses for the two law reviews, provide scholarships for deserving students, and meet the risingcosts of maintaining our law library.
And Hill was not too horrified to follow Thomas' risingstar from the Department of Education to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), nor to keep in touch with Thomas in subsequent years--getting him to write a letter of recommendation that helped her land a law teaching job, phoning him repeatedly, inviting him to make an appearance at the law school, and more.
From high-risehotels and sprawling villas that line manicured golf courses to the 19th-hole club bar and the Algarve’s biggest marina, it is undeniably well done, but it could be anywhere.
And here's where the "foregone conclusion" looks a little less foregone, primarily because both OPEC and non-member countries, such as Mexico and Norway, have shown restraint in the face of risingprices.
The NYT delays until paragraph seventeen mention of risingunemployment and economic-based resentment of Chinese Indonesians.
When you combine risinginterest rates, concerns about inflation, and a market that had priced in a lot of good news, you shouldn't be surprised when high-priced stocks take a hit.
Architecture from the past, blends in with more recently built modern high risebuildings.
The WP front reports that a risingnumber of women poor enough to be on Medicaid would like to be sterilized, but because of their own paperwork errors and stiff bureaucratic requirements, they aren't and keep having kids.
Background With the risingtrend towards consumerism in health, patients are increasingly encouraged to become involved in making decisions about their health.
Intellectual property refers, basically, to nontangible creative product and, like a risingsea, it seems to cover new territory with every passing year.
Unprepared for this jab at the risingpopularity of microbrews, you realize that this is what the spot was setting up all along.
Japan's bank plan, which must get the approval of Parliament before being enacted, is intended to address the country's estimated $550 billion in troubled loans, and as the LAT notes, to assuage the risingtide of international complaints, especially from the U.S. and China, about Japanese inaction.
The affected existing reticulation comprises the Mahana, Office and Haywards pump stations, their risingmains and connecting gravity pipes.
Y152A mutant receptors displayed much slower risetimes compared to wildtype receptors at all concentrations tested.
Low-riseapartment blocks, unpretentious restaurants, and hotels overlook the palm-lined Paseo Marítimo, a promenade furnished with park benches, flower displays, and a little playground.
Pools cascade from one level to another among indoor and outdoor gardens of flowering shrubs and rosebushes, Japanese maples, orange trees, and a miniature pine forest.
For standard operating procedures for a high-risefire, see FDNY interview 28, Dispatch (Jan. 29, 2004).
In this spirit, a moratorium on high-riseoffice buildings was passed by Seattle voters in the early '80s, in the hope that evil corporations would be driven away.
A more unusual dish is a«ure, a kind of sweet porridge made with cereals, nuts, and fruit sprinkled with rosewater.
From what I read, we're in the middle of an endless euphoric economic boom and lots of jobs at risingwages, while what I see is a shaky stock market, technology companies unable to unload their overstock of computers, continuing layoffs, people losing good jobs and getting part-time, lower-paid, benefitless jobs instead, etc., etc.
This has a practical consequence, which is that risingrates lead institutions--primarily, at this point--to pull money out of the stock market and put it into bonds.
The LAT says CENSUS REPORTS BROAD U.S. GAINS IN INCOME and the NYT (online at least) has RISINGINCOMES LIFT 1.1 MILLION OUT OF POVERTY.
In a low-risebuilding near the cave entrance is a small ethnographic museum, a place to see displays of local island customs and costumes as you wait a couple of minutes for the guided cave tour to begin.
The stock market was also helped by yet another speech by Alan Greenspan, who talked about how rising house prices provided a more consistent impetus to consumer spending than risingstock prices.
It is rent control that has preserved the aesthetic as well as the social fabric of the kind of variegated, low-rise neighborhoods Jane Jacobs celebrated in The Death and Life of Great American Cities , which in many other places were knocked down to make way for high-risedevelopment.
Vestiges of the village’s former grandeur can still be traced along the front, where grand old buildings jostle uncomfortably with high-riseblocks.
It is hard for me to believe that he would ignore the education or criminal justice facts--or that African-Americans would ignore the dropping numbers of students in college and graduate school programs, the risinglevel of blacks incarcerated, or increasing number of jails.
Risingconsumer debt is a bad sign.
Risinggold prices from the mid-1970s led to a surge of investment in gold exploration and production after more than 50 years of decline.
Risingconfidence in the rural sector and kind weather has seen a successful Show season for the District's A & P Associations.
For radios not working in high-riseenvironments, see FDNY interview 9, Battalion 8 (Jan. 9,2004); FDNY interview 13, Battalion 1 (Jan. 13, 2004).
By the time of Deng’s death in 1997, Beijing was firmly reshaping itself as an international capital in the Western mode, complete with expressways, skyscrapers, shopping plazas, luxury hotel chains, rock concerts, and state-of-the-art computer technologies — not to mention risingcrime rates, soaring pollution levels, increasing unemployment, and income disparities sharp enough to make Mao turn over in his crypt.
East of here lies the fledgling resort of Manta Rota, a former fishing village, and the high-risecanyons of Monte Gordo.
Clozapine abolished the electromyogram (EMG) recorded from the EUS during the risingphase of a bladder contraction before urine is voided (similar to the "guarding reflex" [ 8 9 ] ).
The WSJ goes high in its front-page financial news box with the record U.S. trade deficit posted for November, which it attributes to higher imports of cars and other consumer goods as well as Y2K stockpiling and risingoil prices.
Pasture cover is assessed by risingplate meter (RPM), probe, or by eye.
To warn Jews to watch out for early warning signs of risinganti-Semitism in America--signs that were ignored in Germany.
The stock market was also helped by yet another speech by Alan Greenspan, who talked about how risinghouse prices provided a more consistent impetus to consumer spending than rising stock prices.
All applied rosehip oil on the face during four months (May to August, Autumn 1988).
"The easy answer to the risingincidence" (of asthma), says Dr Stewart Clarke, head of the department of thoracic medicine at the Royal Free Hospital in London, in an article titled "Treatment: More Damage Than Good?"
It is evident in Irish-Americans' increased visits to Ireland (the Irish American Foundation calls them "pilgrimages"); the burgeoning membership of fraternal organizations like the Ancient Order of Hibernians (now at 100,000); and risingcontributions to groups like the American Friends of Sinn Fein (in 1995, it raised a record $1.3 million).
Of course, mixed messages are a persistent danger here, as evidenced by today's herky-jerky market, where bond pricesrose sharply, while the Dow meandered and the Nasdaq actually went up.
And when he's trying some Greil Marcus-y fabulism, he'll resort to a scene-setting device like "As the sunrose in the East ..." Hard to believe the same guy wrote those gorgeous meditations on Marvin Gaye and "Strawberry Fields."
At the same time, the estimated false positive error raterises to 11.5 %, still lower than the 2-fold alone error.
The observation that Ppt1p levelsrose and fell in parallel with mRNA levels suggests that Ppt1p expression is primarily controlled at the level of gene transcription.
The open tip responses obtained with this system had 10-90%rise-times of 150 μs to 300 μs.
John McCain's father and grandfather, John Sidney McCain Jr. and Sr., were distinguished naval officers whorose to become four-star admirals.
The WSJ "Business Bulletin" notes that despite the plethora of Father's Day gift ads maligning ties, the Neckwear Association of America reports that salesrose three percent last year.
With political temperaturesrising dramatically over Zimbabwe's suspension, the country's crisis is expected to dominate Chogm and test to the limit the 54-member organisation's mettle in dealing with issues of democracy and electoral conduct.
The Post says that the diplomatic development has provoked "shouting matches, shock and hope among Israelis, as well as a 7 percentrise in the Tel Aviv stock market."
Chatterbox is also intrigued by what happens when your incomerises above $75,000.
The stockrose wildly until midday on Friday.
Cost-effectiveness analyses suggest that the cost per life-year saved and total costsrise dramatically as treatment is extended to lower-risk patients.
For smokerising and its effect, see Commission analysis of 911/PAPD calls.
There was a 9 per centrise in South Island guest nights between the two November months, while in the North Island guest nights increased 5 per cent.
The pressure on the land becomes less intense, so rural wagesrise; the pool of unemployed urban dwellers always anxious for work shrinks, so factories start to compete with each other for workers, and urban wages also begin to rise.
The indexrose by 1.1% in September, the largest one-month jump in a decade.
It is always such a pleasure--after the fuss with the boat, the baggage, and the groceries--to walk the porches, and to watch the sun set behind the lighthouse to the west, the moonrise from the tinted sea to the east, the water darken and cap with white in the south.
From that oblationrises man.
Whether you have booked in advance or not, try to arrive at the plaza de toros with an hour to spare, enough time to watch the crowd and feel the tensionrising.
Opinion polls published Friday in the British press showed public supportrising for NATO attacks on Yugoslavia, despite civilian casualties.
Many of the streetsrising towards the top of town are narrow, cobbled, and more accustomed to donkeys than rental cars.
First, note that only 52 per cent voted for Labour-supporting parties and that that mandate stretched neither to the cigarette taxrise nor to the excess above $25 million Ms Clark is spending on the arts.
Capital goodsrose in price by 1.2% in the December 2001 year.
It feels so humid in the midst of the vegetation — with sunlight streaming through the upper branches and steamrising from the damp ground — that you can imagine being on the set of a prehistoric dinosaur film.
The early 15th century saw a healthy expansion of trade and the populationrose dramatically.
This explains the strategic importance of Castro Marim, a former fortress townrising from the flatlands to command the broad river.
The highest range on Crete, with several of its peaks breaking 2,000 m (5600 ft), there are no villages in its shadow because the mountainsrise steeply with no perceptible foothills.
Diabetes is ranked as the seventh leading cause of death in Canada with at least 5,500 deaths per year attributed directly to the condition itself; however, this numberrises dramatically to approximately 25,000 when deaths from diabetic complications are included [ 1 ] .
Clinton's words came on the same day as the release of a Labor Department report showing that fewer jobs were created and unemploymentrose incrementally during September--developments which raise some fears that the Asian malaise is spreading to the U.S. Clinton's IMF proposal contains a number of weaknesses, as the papers point out.
Yesterday, you may have noticed, the marketrose close to 200 points.
It can be dangerous to explore the open, sandy areas on these islands since the tidesrise very quickly; be sure to check the tidal tables before setting out.
The mountain setting is spectacular and the wallrises and falls steeply as it winds up and down the ridges.
Chinese-language content provider China.com's sharesrose 75 percent today on news of the accord, raising the company's market cap to $2 billion.
First it melts, then the resulting waterrises to the temperature of its surroundings.
The NYT and LAT report that consumer spendingrose at a 3.9% rate, below the rate for the first six months of the year (6.1%, though neither mentions it).
The Northwest The northwest of Puerto Rico is the surfing capital of the Antilles, with great wavesrising offshore.
Time 's cover story celebrates "Hip-Hop Nation" and chronicles the genre's 20 yearrise.
The solitary majestic peakrises 3,776 m (12,385 ft) into the heavens.
Corporate services manager Heather Kinsey said that, even if they accepted the payrise, councillors did not have to take up the increase.
But practically any point on the hillsrising behind the town will offer you a spectacular view.
This is simply the baseline scenario that produces a relatively stable prevalence rate over the duration of the projection, with the number of people living with HIV and the number of new infectionsrising slowly over time because of population growth.
Unlike atmospheric circulation where warm airrises at the tropics, forming Hadley Cells and Trade Winds, ocean water is reluctant to do the same.
"As hundreds of corpses lay in their body bags," the paper reports, "the ice grew soft and watery, and a thick pungent mistrose from it."
QOL Quality of life improved during this 7-month trial, with the composite scorerising from an initial 3.9 to 4.7 at 2 months and 4.9 at 7 months (n = 20 each time point, P for trend < 1E-6), on a scale of 0 to 7, with 7 being a delighted quality of life.
In line B, spontaneous apoptosis was also lower than wild type (6% compared to 13%), while in the presence of T-RA the proportionrose to 16% (Fig.