home, is a change of pace
for the composer, representing his desire to do "a really emotional" American film.
As a change of pace
, we decided to head north for a bit this summer and introduce the new guys to the culture and customs of British Columbia.
It might not be quite the same as the famous slow, slow, quick, quick, slow tempo of the dance halls but Ferdinand has identified a distinct change of pace
United need to master if they are to emulate their 1999 triumph.
Eifman moves his dancers boldly and, like Martha Graham, has the theatrical instinct to know when the soul-searching duets and trios need a change of pace
Benjamin failed to respond to the fast change of pace
crossed the line in a time of 45.
I may even recommend this to my Lurlene McDaniel fans as a slight change of pace
It would need a change of pace
from Yeovil if they were to grab the equaliser and move above Southend on goal difference.
Still, The M Word may strike you as a welcome change of pace
Life on Bagram Air Base was quite a change of pace
from life aboard an aircraft carrier.
What a nice change of pace
it was to move on to a view of the live Splendid Splinter.
Another piece, "Hand Clap Boogie," provides a change of pace
, as the violins clap and knock while the bass line has a typical boogie bass line.
Agriculture is experiencing a remarkable change of pace
The show, highlighting how fizzy drinks and fruit juice can be the cause of dental erosion, was a welcome change of pace
for Donna, who is more used to the media spotlight in her role as a model and presenter.
For a change of pace
, experience a cultural village at Lesedi, or share your views with the locals at a shebeen in Johannesburg.
In a change of pace
on Monday morning, Utah Governor Michael O.