A classic stone and modern glass facade sets the tone
for what is perhaps the most beautiful new building in Manhattan.
The DVD begins with the literal David and Goliath story and it sets the tone
of the movie before turning to the metaphorical telling of the story through the dilemma faced by a bug village.
Getting alignment across these initiatives sets the tone
for how all the other groups need to align for success.
The Roaring Twenties sets the tone
for this political tragicomedy about the adventures of two aristocrats' journey in Cuba to meet one of their idols, a reclusive yet celebrated stage actress, who has just returned to the stage.
The first story sets the tone
for the book and the depth of feelings that are carried through to the last.
The site is adjacent to Campo Baeza's Caja General de Ahorros office block (AR August 2002), which in its monumentality tempered by thoughtful use of materials sets the tone
for the new building and also engages it in a formal dialogue.
The title alone, Screams From the Furnace, sets the tone
for this psychological thriller.
The choreographic vision of James Kudelka, artistic director since 1996, sets the tone
Dial Direct Insurance Marketing specialises in providing low cost personal, motor and sets the tone
as household insurance policies, selling directly to the public through its telephone-based operation.
The opening long poem, "Against Elegies," sets the tone
from the very first lines:
Balancing Reagon's introduction, which explains the project and sets the tone
, are an extensive discography and an annotated bibliography by Lisa Pertillar Brevard.
The initial price that a product carries to market sets the tone
for that product's whole life and often has a meaningful impact on other products in the portfolio," said Chavez.
The new Gingergrass in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles sets the tone
of its ``fresh Vietnamese cuisine'' with its house salad ($7.
With these words, Singer sets the tone
of self-deprecating, wry humor that marks Robert's journey from misfit to flawed hero.
Living up to his legend, Isaac Hayes beautifully sets the tone
in a moving Foreword.