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We managed to concentrate on beating the body down rather than showing the value of emptying ourselves of clutter so we could concentrate on something besides ourselves.
I find that dancers who come through the ballet academies are often damaged in that they understand dancing to be something external to them that they are attempting to mimic.
Living in this ultra-pagan culture, I can do something small and simple about the lack of support for the Church.
HEART-O-SCOPE If you're fuming over something your crush did, you need to tell him--the problem isn't going to magically go away on its own.
Tyler: Tyler had determination and drive, if he truly wanted something, there was nothing that could stand in his way.
Q: Something a train spotter would have in his pocket.
That is something that gay pride is supposed to do but rarely does.
The technologies fall under three broad categories: something you know, something you have and something you are.
He could tell better than anybody else how Ronnie Sours hit a ball clean out of Ferris Field, something nobody, except for Harmon Killebrew, had done before or since.
NAME SOMETHING YOU DO TO PREVENT AIR-CRAFT HYDRAULIC OIL CONTAMINATION.
People remember and--innocently or maliciously--may say something that could damage you or your reputation.
When it works, the book becomes magisterial, something that captures a topic so well and so comprehensively that it becomes a de facto reference on whatever topic has been gobbled up.
Return on investment (ROI) is something that we've heard about since our days in Economics 101.
Her chants, hymns and choral works have made her something of a celebrity--a description she would detest--on the Christian retreat circuit.