Only an etymologist today would be expected to know of the kite/hawk kinship , and only he is able to see a kite in a spring sky and appreciate it as the hawk it once was.
It's like that great comic Baudelaire said about the true ironist: You have to be "a disinterested spectator of yourself," especially when your self is watching its nest egg quickly dwindle to "what the hell, blow it all in one big bash!"
Eileen Atkins, the English actress who adapted Mrs. Dalloway as a labor (or labour) of love, has done almost too smooth a job of translating its characters' stream-of-consciousness perceptions into speakable dialogue.
As in most cities in the world, during the second part of the 20th century property developers eyed the old canal houses with relish.
Come if only to savor one (or more) of its great restaurants, a clutch of chic bistros on Tremont Street around Clarendon.
I absolutely adore the clientele aspect of Retail Pro.
A sampling of some of the language topics considered and debated included: pronunciation of water, golf, iron origin of infra dig, take the cake, blackball, sand hog, Dutch courage, hoodlum(ism), horse latitudes, flotsam, jetsam, apple-pie bed/apple-pie order, jingo whether none is singular or plural condemnation of awful and awfully, preventative, taxidermist, transpire, of Latin and Greek sources for new words (e.g., telephone), lengthy (as an Americanism) spelling reform mnemonics names nicknames (e.g., Poet of the Poor (George Crabbe), Attic Bee (Sophocles), Madman of the North (Charles XII of Sweden), Manchester Poet (Charles Swain), Great Prussian Drill-sergeant (Frederick William I), etc.)
So cut the fancy pictures to a minimum.
What to do now to go even quicker and will Richard be able to match Chris's times?
First of the Cruisemaster series, the 700 was built with executive luxury in mind.