The new Dia Art Foundation in Beacon, New York, comes to mind
The question comes to mind
as trumped-up "reality" shows maintain their grip on television networks and explosion-happy action pictures march unabated into movie theaters.
Ok, so you have two left feet on skis, and when you think of snowy mountains, only frostbite comes to mind
or otherwise--in current use or of any familiar boilerplate that comes to mind
The closest comparison that comes to mind
is being the unwitting intermediary of an elbow to the sternum and a simultaneous cuff on the back of the head.
One particularly ugly experience we know of in the 1950s comes to mind
ZINFUL ZABACO: Now, when barbecued pork (or any barbecued meats, for that matter) grace your plate, zinfandel -- another big California red wine -- comes to mind
And yet the topographical sensibility in Washburn's practice, the way it seems to push and pull space, points to affinities with painting and drawing: Julie Mehretu's colorful, organic, but somehow cartographic work comes to mind
While she rarely cites Zora Neale Hurston, it is this writer more than any other that comes to mind
, especially when Harris dips into an endless reservoir of folklore.
Fifth Avenue and East 57th Street, is lined with the shops and stores that sell the extravagant, the luxurious, the magnificent, the elegant, the imaginative, the creative merchandise, which comes to mind
when one says, 'I bought this in New York.
The example that comes to mind
occurred early in both versions, during the episode in which Ted (Phil in the British version) falls into a coma after a drug overdose.
Write one question at the top of each blank page; then write everything that comes to mind
It's fitting that such a potent creature comes to mind
while watching Zingaro's Eclipse.
When a person wants to measure temperature, the first thing that comes to mind
is a thermometer.