That theory made sense until I peeked through the open door of the ``Governor's Office'' off the main hall and a modern-day receptionist beckoned
This reverse phalanx formation was itself interesting, for the rather intimidating images both confronted the viewer and beckoned
her deeper into their company.
And when beckoned
by the recording of a colony taped over itself to double its intensity, petrels hit the nets three to four times more often than during silent periods.
He told the court: "The van stopped at a junction, and as she walked by he beckoned
to her to come over.
Tomaselli's exhibition, "New Paintings," presented a pictorially and chemically diverse blend of prescriptive and recreational drugs that beckoned
the viewer to travel along the psychoactive border between independence and dependence.
When Read beckoned
, the fan hurdled a barrier and charged into the lake, swimming out to hand off the Stars and Stripes to crew members, who took turns holding it aloft as they rowed along grandstands of cheering fans in Schinias, Greece.
One more match beckoned
- tonight's championship final against West Valley League rival Chatsworth - and Bellante wasn't about to feel satisfied just because the Toreadors defied the odds by beating the previously undefeated Highlanders.
Some called the 22-foot-high statue a tacky remnant of a bygone era, when freeway art beckoned
to families making long trips on ribbons of highways.
Francis of Assisi beckoned
the local villagers of Greccio, Italy, to bring their animals and re-enact the Nativity.
The plaintive melody beckoned
us, urged us up the narrow, switch-backing path.
Members of three local parishes are expected to join the procession that will take them to the area's first Catholic church, a shuttered building on the west side, where they will ring the long-silenced tower bell that once beckoned
the faithful to Mass.
He cuddled a koala bear named Chelsea in his hands and beckoned
reporters to pet it.
Whatever the political claims, a summer break beckoned
for lawmakers, and the legislation was piling up.