Saint Simonian planners proposed extensive commercial canals in the Basin area and permanent channels through the shifting sands
of its marshy bay.
You have to be able to live on shifting sands
, [and] when a storm comes, you adapt.
Ellen Granger); (2) Incorporating Physics Into the Middle School Science Curriculum (David Graf); (3) Impacts of the GK-12 Experience on the University (Danielle Sherdan); (4) Shifting Sands
and Butterfly Gardens: Growing a Scientifically Literate Society (Mabry Gaboardi); (5) Cooperative Group Learning in Inquiry-Based Science Activities (Katie McGhee); (6) The Learning Cycle of Classroom Management: A Design for Producing an Effective Teacher (Jocelyn Dudley); (7) Better Lessons Through Topic Research (Heaya Summy); (8) Lessons Learned From the Partnership of a GK-12 Fellow and a Third-Grade Teacher (Wendy J.
Massive erosion creates shifting sands
that swallow up millions of acres of agriculture lands every year.
The definition of surf music is built on shifting sands
Yadi Sugandi's fine lensing captures Daya's mystical communion with the shifting sands
in simple strokes.
Still, Shifting Sands
of Time is a delightful recording overall, and the audio quality is excellent.
IN THE VAST POST-FORMALIST LAND-scape, a Robinsonade: Artists wandering the shifting sands
of digital reality create their own oases in "Comfort: Reclaiming Place in a Virtual World" (Mar.
But the time is fast approaching when we may have to abandon all those beautiful homes, beach clubs and resort hotels, because they're built on rapidly shifting sands
Truth is never based on the shifting sands
of human consensus, but on the rock of the Word of God.
Therein may lie some insight into the shifting sands
of organizational communication: being confident enough in your own instincts to keep communication somewhat spontaneous.
Jim Moffat, product marketing team leader for Lotus said that at one time to support Linux would have been "building a bridge on shifting sands
," but now it has attracted enough support to represent a real challenge to other, more dominant operating systems.
The Origami Dinnerware collection is inspired by two aspects of Japanese rock gardens: shifting sands
and natural stone colors.
In particular the opening chapters on the complex state of religious alignments in 1558, the ambiguity of the young queen's own beliefs and the mixed success of the 1559 legislation are admirable in describing the shifting sands
upon which the foundations of the Elizabethan Church were laid and, miraculously, settled.
Obviously, no insurance company willingly would offer those kinds of rates for homes on stilts in shifting sands
where neither God nor law meant for man to settle.