Eye Of The Storm
: going left-handed for the first time
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Eye of the Storm
is an essential record of outstanding bravery and breathtaking governmental dysfunction.
In fact, gay readers who've been feeling spiritually bereft for whatever reason may find In the Eye of the Storm
to be a calming force as they wrestle with questions of faith.
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James Hetfield is at the eye of the storm
in `Metallica: Some Kind of Monster,' the acclaimed documentary that has its Lane County debut late tonight at the Bijou Art Cinemas.
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When you are in the eye of the storm
you have to ignore the criticism."
The 12-year-old Eye of the Storm
Theatre's final production, Carson Kreitzer's Slither, runs through Nov.
EYE OF THE STORM
: A satellite picture, taken yesterday, showing Hurricane Isabel off the east coast of America, and (left) elderly patients being evacuated from a nursing home in Sea Level, North Carolina
This distinguished panel will debate how to succeed in the "eye of the storm
" that is today's marketplace.
WEDNESDAY Ellen MacArthur: In The Eye of The Storm
(BBC1, 10.35pm) Never one to choose the easy option,Ellen MacArthur's (right) latest adventureinvolved leading a team of 13 sailors on a catamaran,on which they aimed to cirumnavigate the world in record time.
Private Robert Knox Sneden's Eye of the Storm
deserves rank as the most important Civil War source discovered and published in fifty years.
"Indianapolis is sort of like a reference for a time in Hell or the eye of the storm
," says Lyon, obviously pulling no punches.