He shows the reader to what extent one can answer the old questions of just how Vermeer "did it" - the breadbasket
in the Milkmaid, for example, or the carpet on the Music Lesson's table, or the famous roofs and boats in View of Delft; of how his paintings came about - something as particular, for example, as the Kenwood House Guitar Player; and why they look the way they do - for example, those radiant, self-absorbed women in the Woman in Blue Reading a Letter or Woman HoMing a Balance.
The neighborhood supermarket has always been the breadbasket
of the community.
"Stonewall" Jackson's 1862 campaign and the 1864 campaign in which Union general Philip Sheridan set fire to the valley, which served as the breadbasket
of the Confederacy.
The failure of the agricultural project of making the Sudan the breadbasket
of the world was not only determined by environmental change but by other external influences.
I just get the feeling that yet again the breadbasket
of Africa will be let down at just a time when the country could rise from the ashes.
In the Punjab, known as 'the breadbasket
of India', a local farmer, Sukdev Singh, explains his struggle to irrigate his land as local water levels drop by a metre every year.
He has lost all touch with reality, reducing the breadbasket
of Africa to a basketcase country in which his people starve.
DAKHLA: Dakhla is the breadbasket
of the New Valley.
After two nights in Alicante, you will then travel across the wide plains of La Mancha, the breadbasket
of Spain and where Cervantes' Don Quixote wandered, tilting his lance at windmills.
The drought, described by Prime Minister John Howard as a national "crisis", hit Australia right in the breadbasket
, the vast Murray-Darling basin which accounts for more than 40 per cent of the country's agricultural production.
But the summit was overshadowed by the presence of Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe - blamed for destroying the breadbasket
of Africa and starving his people.
For several years there was relative stability, prosperity for all and the country was known as the Breadbasket
of Africa, providing enough food for it's own people as well as other, neighbouring countries.
ZIMBABWE was once a prosperous country dubbed the breadbasket
of Africa but is now gripped by fear and famine.