He listened intently to the ebb and flow of
But Maria Silva read a different tale in the hollow cheeks and the burning eyes, and she noted the changes in them from day to day, by them following the ebb and flow of
Parted by life and death; the ebb and flow Of
night and day over his spirit go; He hunts her face in dreams, and finds despair.
He talks about the economic movement, and the ebb and flow of
capital; the devil knows what he means.
Presumably, the dynamics can change rather quickly with the ebb and flow of
events occurring far from home," he added.
In Dreamtime, to David van Teighem's stabbing music, the group staked out territory, their march having the ebb and flow of
an obstinate tide.
But in all these works, a rivulet runs through it, a perpetual bathing and cleansing that signifies baptism and absolution, a gradual immersion in the ebb and flow of
time and memory.
So rather than point to one particular area, I think it's just part of the ebb and flow of
The ebb and flow of
certain grades of ferrous scrap is certainly one indicator, especially if one concludes that most material being shredded comes from the obsolete stream.
The usual sensibility used in the production of her songs was notably absent: the structure and story line, the ebb and flow of
7 billion years, this artistic depiction of 2005 represents the lunar phases, the ebb and flow of
tides, the ratio of sunlight to darkness, the positions of stars and planets depending on the time of year, and the behavior of vegetation and animal life.
Either way I like to see the ebb and flow of
opinions from day to day.
Without increasing expense loads, carriers are virtually stuck, unable to shift with the ebb and flow of
the hard and soft markets.
This simple zone approach has the added benefit of forcing most opposing teams to abandon the zone in favor of a man-to-man defense, allowing your squad to dictate the ebb and flow of
The ebb and flow of
cerebral currents suggests that babies discern a change from one syllable to another in less than one-half second, assert psychologists Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz and Stanislas Dehaene at the University of Oregon in Eugene.