Now, as any crime reader knows, the last place you go when you want to get away from things is a quiet country backwater
, because that's where all the really grisly crime happens.
Once upon a time in the charming backwater
village of Ripplebrook in the Kingdom of Melinower, the Sorceress Amanda turned Prince Hal into a frog for daring to break into her castle.
Army Corps of Engineers (COE), a chute was reopened through the LHBCA to form an island, sloughs, and backwater
areas during the summer of 2004.
Her descriptions of River Lake, Oscar and New Roads, and the backwater
plantations of Louisiana resonate with Creole, Cajun and black culture; and she deftly illustrates how this environment impacted Gaines: ".
Botanists often have linked the two trends, suggesting that flowering plants claimed the ferns' resources and relegated ferns to an evolutionary backwater
At file turn of the nineteenth century, ballet as a serious art form had virtually died in Europe except in Russia and in the then-cultural backwater
IN THE LATE 19TH CENTURY, THE Eastern elite considered Chicago a cultural backwater
, a "crude, upstart, pork-packing city," in the words of one New York editor, with a vulgar populace and a foul, rotting stench rising from the stockyards.
The balance sheet used to be the backwater
of financial statement fraud.
Such a high-culture watermark was once limited to Mexico City; where residents are extremely proud of their government-funded cultural institutions and have long considered Tijuana a vulgar backwater
We've become accustomed to reading about human rights abuses in remote, backwater
prisons, across oceans and continents.
If everything goes as scheduled, over the next five years an estimated $8 billion in salmon exports will flow from this sparsely populated backwater
In particular we have a widening range of urea-free dyes, and urea-flee di-sulpho, tetra-sulpho and hexa-sulpho optical brightening agents that enable customers to control the nitrogen content of their backwater
Conservation of riparian zones is important to allow for natural flooding patterns, channel changes, nutrient sources, buffering from sediment and pollutants, and side channels and backwater
habitats for larvae and juvenile fish.
Safley brilliantly deploys the memoir as a bi-focal lens, both to ferret out the individuality of a quintessentially bourgeois merchant, yet also to reflect on shifting demography, fluctuating economy, hardening confessional rivalry, and social stratification in Augsburg as it shrank from the once-glittering Renaissance center to a bourgeois backwater
He's banking that Carmelo, a sleepy backwater
best known as a contraband center during the Spanish colonial period, will become a hot vacation destination for big spenders.