But in one hand he still clutched the knife he had found in the cabin of his father, and as the brute, striking and biting, closed upon him the boy accidentally turned the point toward
the hairy breast.
His feeling towards Dinah, the hope of passing his life with her, had been the distant unseen point towards
which that hard journey from Snowfield eighteen months ago had been leading him.
What To Watch For In The US Session • Bank Stress Test Results Fears Easing • GM Could Follow Chrysler Into Bankruptcy • Pending Home Sales On Tap Futures Point Toward
Higher Open as Bank Stress Test Concerns Ease The Financial Times reported today that the Bank of America is working to raise more than $10 billion in capital as they look to meet the government's expected requirement based on the stress tests.
A Promise of Eden also reveals how understanding life energy can reconcile seemingly irreparable differences between Darwin's theory of evolution and faith, explain the current divisive split in American society, and even point toward
the resolution of the ancient disagreement between Judaism and Christianity concerning the identity of Jesus Christ.
Fingers point toward
the former Soviet Union -- no stranger to the role.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) News Release "Imaging Study May Help Point Toward
More Effective Smoking Cessation Treatments", Monday, August 7, 2006
July's HMI reading of 70 is right in line with the elevated index average for the year to date, and upbeat builder attitudes point toward
continuation of strong sales and starts of single-family homes in the months ahead," said NAHB Chief Economist David Seiders.
And the evidence is building to point toward
other noise-related health effects.
At one point toward
the end of the book, he describes an ill-fated trip to Catalina Island where a huge storm developed, detailing each moment of this harrowing experience:
Mike Renucci, Lincoln's Scottish-born engineering director, derivatives of volume products introduced during the 2000 to 2004 timeframe--like the Aviator--will point toward
the ultimate target, but still fall short of Lincoln's ultimate goal.
All things in Advent point toward
becoming ready to recognize Jesus as the Lord at Christmas, just as in Lent all things point toward
becoming ready to recognize the resurrected Jesus at Easter when we welcome the arrival of the great light of eternal life.
The findings by Helferich's team suggest these foods might offer even more "potentially important" agents and point toward
a new class of drugs to reduce cancer risk, observes Barnett Zumoff, chief of endocrinology at Beth Israel Medical Center in New York.
The Council spoke therefore of the Liturgy as the summit or high point toward
which the activity of the Church tends and the fountainhead from which all her strength flows.
The left shoulder and extended left arm point toward
eight o'clock in the direction of the toss, and the right foot is in position to sweep toward the middle of the ring.
As with her other works, the contrast betwee the soft ellipse and crisp circle creates a chain of cosmic associations that point toward
an almost religious preoccupation with the cycles of the sun and moon.