The investigators finally struck pay dirt
when they found a small fragment of chromosome 4 that could trigger senescence.
Told that the Talon Zipper archives did not contain the early material he sought, Friedel cultivated knowledgeable Meadvillians, including the local librarian, and eventually struck pay dirt
on the floor of an inventor's descendant's garage.
That effort struck pay dirt
more than a year ago when the community attracted the Kenosha Twins, a Single A franchise that's been renamed the Fort Wayne Wizards and will play the 1993 season in the Midwest League.
Beery struck pay dirt
several years ago when, under the Freedom of Information Act normally utilized by news gathering sources, he uncovered boxes of documents written by Corps and Port officials that support his claims.
SAUGUS - Golden shovels struck pay dirt
on a wind-swept hillside Wednesday as Saugus Union School District officials broke ground on their 15th campus, slated to serve the residents of a new 1,500-home housing tract.
And when the flower stems shot up with big spherical clusters of blue blossoms to match the container, he knew he'd struck pay dirt
The forensic tests struck pay dirt
, revealing that the soil on the seized pottery and tools matched the sediment from the national forest rather than the sediment from the privately owned site.
After hours of roaming Media City Mall and the Glendale Galleria, and wrinkling her nose at various designs pointed out by her daughter, Karen, Kostoff struck pay dirt
Convinced he's struck pay dirt
, Ziminski brings the tape to NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab for analysis.
The Johnson Twins struck pay dirt
again in the team roping.
But they struck pay dirt
with their second effort, 62 miles north of Aberdeen in the outer Moray Firth.
Editor's note: You've struck pay dirt
with your Stryker suggestions.
The Tarheel delegation struck pay dirt
by being able to meet with Sens.
Then there was the media, which struck pay dirt
The house of Givenchy struck pay dirt
, dressing British actress Samantha Morton in a vintage blue and gold lace number from 1951, and Liv Tyler in a black couture gown that had the feel of a flapper's sheath.