In the past 48 hours The Atlantic has been purchased and the wonderful Michael Kelly has been installed as editor in chief (another blowto the old Protestant Establishment and another victory for the ethnics), and Chuck Lane has been deposed as editor of the New Republic and Peter Beinart has been put in.
A NYT piece reports that a 5 feet, 5 inches, 125-pound woman hopes to strike a blowfor feminism by fighting a male lightweight in boxing's officially sanctioned first intergender bout.
I had a vision of an Indian face with long straight hair, blowingin the wind.
The LAT front goes long with a fascinating blow-by-blowon the capture of Abdullah Ocalan over the byline of Richard Boudreaux, with the assistance of such stalwarts as John-Thor Dahlburg, Norman Kempster and Robin Wright.
Based on a least-squares analysis, proportions of individuals with symptoms increased linearly from 40 to 80 h ( r 20.98) with time exposed to wind blowingfrom the field; all occupants in households with exposure ≥ 80 h reported symptoms (Fig.
Nitrogen oxides, a cause of acid rain, blowinto the Northeast from the South and Midwest, making it especially difficult for northeastern cities in the region to comply with the air quality standards of the Clean Air Act.
I wonder if that'll make me feel better the next time I see someone blowby me in a new Porsche Boxster.
But McCain's punches were awkwardly thrown--in part because the other candidates crowded the ring, keeping Bush and McCain apart--and Bush absorbed the blowswith genial poise.
Nitrogen blownover the sample then evaporated the solvents.
Should the culture denormalize someone who does good work in a steady job, hurts no one, and once in a blue moon sniffs some blowat a club?
You're right about expectations having been blownout of proportion.
Like the first names of dead economists, the blizzard of statistics that blowsthrough Kemp's oeuvre of op-eds gives an impression of learning.
Is this TV's blowagainst feminism?
(Consult Slate 's MSDispatches for a colorful bow-by-blowof the trial.)
I blewafter three hours or so, and I dropped to about 20th place.
Temperatures here vary only a few degrees from about 27°C (80°F), although the heat is tempered by the nearly continuous trade winds that blowacross the Atlantic.
There was a touch of wind blowingoff the water, which was enough to keep my guests cool, but not enough to blow their carefully coifed hair into a mousse mess.
Inert Crystals are blownonto the skin under pressure and then vacuumed off using a sterilised nozzle.
Twelve months to go and I'm already finding myself blowingpast the political stories in the morning paper and heading for the pointless wire roundups at the back.
Or else he writes about strange, grief-stricken, lonely souls, perhaps half-mad, who seem to have been picked up like leaves by some inexplicable wind and blownaround the world until they attach themselves randomly to the first unlucky person who comes their way.
He never aspired to be a Lippmann and rejects the idea of Government by Columnist: "I don't want to live in a country blownabout by gusts of wind raised by journalists.
A slow wind generated from the unburned forest blowstoward the fire, forcing the small flames to advance against, rather than with, the wind.
These photographs are all unaltered they are a blowup of the bottom window on the right.
The rare, almost sightless Gangetic dolphin may even come up for a blowalongside your canoe if you are extremely lucky.
In the tropics, the trade winds blowtowards the equator, saturating with moisture.
Here they say: 'How is it that he who blowslike one only, should be called one and a half (adhyardha)?'
They have not a rag to cover their nakedness, and neither the weakness of age nor women's infirmities are any plea to excuse them, but they are driven by blowsuntil they drop dead.” [p.49] As the pyramids were already about 2500 years old when Diodorus wrote his World History , one is given to wonder what his authority might have been for such a vivid description.
to snip off close up to the rove, then burr over by gently tapping round the edge of the cut-off nail, increasing the weight of the blowsas the rivet is made and the danger of the rove riding up clear of the nail is past.
Wind turbines are the ideal partners for solar panels because when the sun is not out during the day, the wind is usually blowingif you've got a good wind turbine site.
Chihuly hasn't actually blownsince 1976, when an auto accident cost him an eye and his depth perception--and made his career.
The most important recurring climatic event in this region is a dry wind, known as the Harmattan, that blowsthroughout the winter, causing a drop in humidity and the production of vast quantities of dust.
The Voice was the first publication to give a forum to pro-sex feminists, the first so far as I know to blowthewhistleon the "ritual sex abuse" day-care trials.
That said, though, there are plenty of reasons to wonder whether intermarriage can ever, as one partisan put it, "blowthelidoff of race."
It doesn't mean blowingtheproblemsout of all proportion.
Tane fashioned Hineahuone out of sand and blewthebreathof life into her, that is, tihei mauri ora the breath of life.
Almost blewanothercaptill I verified that the MINUS goes to the foil, not the way its marked on the PC board.
The 60,000-megaton blast of the impact vaporizes the asteroid and blowsacavityin the ocean 11 miles across and all the way down to the seafloor, which is about 3 miles deep at that point.
Nine minutes into the first episode, a sniper blowsachunkof brains out of a detective's head.
I have blownthedustoff it and it forms the substance of this little study.
He's the one blowingthefoamoff of his bedpan.
April 17th I was going to do the first bit of the wing incidence setting today but it is pouring with rain and blowingagaleso I'll skip that bit.
Soyuz 11 blewahatchon re-entry, killing three cosmonauts, but after this early catastrophe the Soviet program boasted constant space habitation and scientific experimentation for more than two decades.
A few days before that, architect Kevin Uliassi aborted his flight after his balloon blewaholeduring takeoff.
A fan is required to blowtheairto and through the biofilter, there will have some noise associated with the fan and as it will have to be located close to the house the fan may cause a nuisance during the quiet periods.
All this combined with special features like easy open flying line tips, an innovative safety system, ultra sleek canopy graphics and impeccable craftsmanship will blowthemindsof anyone who grabs hold of one!
Posted 0:03, Monday, 6/5/2002 by Russell Hall Kiwi prospects at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials have been dealt a double blowthismorningwith the decision to pull two of the leading contenders before the final show jumping phase.
NOTE: If you can't easily blowtheresidueout of the stem, the residue probably still has active material in it; so reinsert the stem and inhale again.
Seeing a film like this fills me with excitement - the potential for NZ to blowtherestof the world away with our talent is VERY CLOSE.
Since 1996 House Democrats have blowntheroofoff the amount of money they beg from wealthy contributors and have begun more aggressively courting donors disgruntled with Republican leadership.
These prevent the seawind from blowingthesandonto the dunes.
An essay says Washington is blowingthescandalout of proportion, and an article wonders how Hillary endures her husband's infidelity.
During the night the wind blewthetentsin several times and Sunday morning dawned windy, drizzly and claggy, even worse than Saturday.
I mean, take a trio of scandals which, in America, would have blownthetopof the White House into low earth orbit.
In the foreground the huntsman is blowingahornwhile the pack of hounds is standing immediately behind him.
You can go casual and carefree with the beach scene, blowthebankon a ritzy Beverly Hills shopping excursion, retreat to nature on a mountain hike, opt for the “global” by touring the ethnic neighborhoods, flee to fantasy at any number of amusement parks, or simply entertain yourself with an exploration into the entertainment world and Hollywood exotica.
To employ a more violent explosive such as TNT (tri-nitro-toluene, also known as tri-nitro-toluol) would simply blowthebombto dust, producing blast effect only.