I would like to manage my own club one day because the job at Moors whetted
Morgan said: 'The Cup run was amazing and it is fair to say it has whetted
No fewer than four separate disclaimers lead into the hilarity, and the whetted
observations within require it, for they are at least four times as cutting-edge as the leading "fair and balanced" commentary.
Very highly recomended reading, The Lake is a rich literary experience penned with whetted
description and passion.
Accordingly, the reader's interests are whetted
by the prospect of a substantive analysis of the ways in which welfare states can indeed be overhauled so that they meet the needs of their citizens through judicious and appropriate state intervention.
Recently, several exhibitions have brought the artist back into view: A pair of shows at the Kunstlerhaus Stuttgart and a retrospective at Magasin in Grenoble gave European museumgoers a chance to reappraise Goldstein's output, while last year's rehanging of Douglas Crimp's 1977 "Pictures" exhibition at Artists Space whetted
appetites in the United States (see Artforum, October 2001).
Just as it is a healthy eating practice to get up from the table a little bit hungry, so perhaps here we English-speaking Catholics are being served a healthy diet in terms of our history because Nicolson has whetted
our appetite and we want to know more about the historical evolution of the Catholic Church in English Canada.
Yesterday's little taster on the exchange floors in London and New York have just whetted
In the past, Cammermeyer said, she shrugged off suggestions that she run for office, but her involvement as cochair this year in the campaign for Initiative 677, a Washington State ballot measure that would extend job protections to gay men and lesbians, has whetted
her appetite for politics.
Companies also must address the evolving needs of end users whose appetites have been whetted
by the power and flexibility of desktop computing applications.
Such results only whetted
the scientific appetite, however.
The first single from Tamar's new album, "Beautiful, Loved and Blessed," (which she co-wrote with Prince and debuted on his recently released #1 Universal album), has already whetted
musical appetites across the globe for this gifted multi-instrumentalist who is about to claim her rightful place in the musical spotlight.
That is one of several hilarious bits that whetted
the appetites of moviegoers who turned out in droves to see the nation's current No.
If there is one criticism to be made, it is that now, having whetted
our appetites, the festival won't return for two years--next year it moves to San Francisco.
Voyages to India and to the monasteries of Mount Athos whetted
the radiant, transcendent, yet fleeting and provisional spirit with which Bartolini observed the world.