evaluates the NVH severity level during take-off.
As far as Ijichi is concerned, Ilarde's film has all the ingredients of a Tidepoint and Shudder
release: 'Transformation, sexy heroine and action
Using press releases, social media, and calls to film schools and communities, Shudder
spread the word about the event, ultimately receiving about 400 submissions.
When so many high rises all around the UAE and many more being built I shudder
to think if this prediction was wrong.
There was no sign of a shudder
from Farmer at the prospect of visiting the Ducks, who have lost their last two outings and are just below halfway in the league standings.
Adults and children alike will shudder
at the evil Lord Ombra's antics, chuckle at ongoing tiffs between Peter and tiny Tink, and cheer on the starstuff protectors.
One married a German and another a Filipina woman, but I shudder
to think what would happen to children like those produced by them if they ever got into the "system" of child adoption/foster care.
Some business owners shudder
at the thought of cold calling.
Luckily for those who shudder
at the idea of the Louisiana government becoming the largest construction firm and residential real estate company on the Gulf Coast, the usufruct revival has yet to worm its way to the state legislature.
to think how much worse it is now than 10 years ago.
Leon Kass's anti-cloning slogan, "Shallow are the souls that have forgotten how to shudder
" ("Bioethics, Bush Style," by Nina Siegal, May issue), invites this reply: Narrow are the souls that cannot comprehend that different souls shudder
at different things.
Just as he finished dialing in his intermediate stop's tower frequency, he felt the aircraft shudder
Regarding the article "Perverted 'Peacemakers'" (June 28 issue), I shudder
to think what would happen if America were disarmed under the United Nations.
When it was announced that the bishop would be the guest speaker we would all shudder
in anticipation of a long rambling lecture about "my days in China.