Levy and the Emigrant Savings Bank to highlight the information services that, he argues, were at the heart of banks' specialness
in the late nineteenth century.
He'll judge the specialness
of a partnership with Britain on what he gets out of it.
The value of going back and forth in a spit-filled argument involving the greatness of Kobe Bryant versus the specialness
of a Chris Paul is that it should eventually lead to this conclusion: Why doesn't the NBA just call KB24 the Most Outstanding Player, and hand CP(whatever number he wears) the Most Valuable Player trophy considering what he's done for his team?
And what's more, there Is no way even His Specialness
could make Aston Villa champions.
I am concerned that if we relaxed the restrictions then the market would lose its specialness
Also because I'd spent two years in the hotel industry organising people's weddings I had seen a lot of civil ceremonies and compared to the church weddings I'd been to I personally thought the civil ones had an individuality and specialness
to them that appealed to me.
Brides today are part of the "Echo Boomer" generation, children of baby boomers who have a sense of entitlement, and this feeling of specialness
is what drives emotionally based decisions as they seek out personalized, unique and customized products and experiences.
Dashing and dramatic enough to mesmerise a few rich men, she is a pretentious misfit who preserves an idea of her own specialness
by leading an increasingly isolated life.
Everyone wants to protect the specialness
that makes them smile.
Fake snow, with its intertwined implications of whiteness, coolness, coziness, purity, artifice, specialness
, and cheapness, covered the floor, while neon icicles dangling in a corner both activated the space and hinted it could use a thaw; the neon forms also evoked stalactites (hence, a cave) and teeth (hence, a zone of consumption).
was on display Tuesday in Oregon, as the torch made its way from Klamath Falls through Eugene, Salem and Portland on its way to a Feb.
How I pitied the mundane secular world of the public school kids; it seemed so flat, devoid of mystery or specialness
Our goal is not to be mass produced," Lisha Epperson contends "We want our business to grow, but we also want to maintain some of the specialness
of our merchandise.
To be sure, much of the appeal of real-world casinos - the jazzed-up lights, the tacky decor, the very specialness
of the trip - is sorely lacking at home.
The outstanding cast, whom Jones treasures for, as he says, "their specialness
," is completed by Daniel Russell Kubert, Rosalynde LeBlanc, and Alexandra Belier, who is built like the heftiest of burlesque queens and moves like a goddess.