It centers around one
question: Is this creature or plant in danger of extinction?
comfort women") for their soldiers, and centers around one
Ja-hee and her sister who are taken from their family for such a purpose.
The loose plot centers around one
airman, Valjean, whose girlfriend, Cosette, has come to the base to visit.
For many students, the suspense of a summer intensive audition centers around one
question: Did I get in?
Just as the subject of this novel centers around one
of the major criminal acts of the modern era--9/11--so, too, may it be said that author Toth has committed a major act of fiction in this new novel, due out in July.
Our strongest advice nearly always centers around one
recommendation--communication with clients.
The legislation centers around one
word, "reasonable," striking it from the statutory language governing payments of injured workers' attorneys.
Her poems begin with a celebration of her multi-cultural relationship to her Asian husband, then centers around one
woman's infertility and eventual transition into motherhood.
The science of interior design centers around one
simple fact: The body must have space to walk, bend, reach, sit, pass and communicate.
Each chapter, covering months of travel, centers around one
main theme or a few events, but Fredston does not neglect to pinpoint small details unrelated to their travels that bring in some political and environmental context.
Personal experience with the WMR centers around one
of the early Ruger New Models with a 9.
The broadband chat centers around one
prediction -- by 2005, 18 percent of European households will have broadband Internet access.
Her work is cerebral, and it centers around one
player - her husband, Todd Zeile.
For example, "Fortress Enigma" centers around one
of da Vinci's fortress designs and provides a "real-world" 3D perspective.
The Buffalo chapter centers around one
successful band, the Dyna-Tones, and how they have evolved and remained popular over the past twenty years.