When Laia and Elias--neither free, though at opposite poles
of society--cross paths, their destinies and that of the Empire will change forever.
The two teams are at opposite poles
of the Magners League, with Young's outfit in second spot and the Irish province rock bottom.
On the surface, biotechnology and natural products seem to be at opposite poles
Golding penetrates these mysteries using two characters that live primarily in a spiritual dimension but at opposite poles
within it: Matty and Sophy.
The goals of the three parties were diverse, with Napoleon and Friedrich Wilhelm at opposite poles
and Stein in the middle.
Shiroh Sakawaki, an analyst at Daiwa Institute of Research, says the two firms have strategies that are almost at opposite poles
, and finding ways to compromise will be key to their future together.
It was only when their talk veered to Harlem that they found themselves sitting at opposite poles
However, results from ACNielsen EDI's overnight tracking in various markets around North America diverged significantly from the overall totals, illustrating how different audiences respond to films at opposite poles
of the subject-matter scale.
Though at opposite poles
of the earth, Alaska and Antarctica have many things in common, including Alaskan employees.
As financiers, Elouise Cobell and Paul Homan have been watching over money at opposite poles
of the banking universe.
At opposite poles
in the tale are a Nietzschean superman corrupted by an excessively rationalist education and a Miss Marple-like narrator who, by contrast, clings to intuition and trust in the nonhuman - bestial or divine, as that may be.
Temperamentally and intellectually at opposite poles
, Jarvis and Nightingale match wits while exposing one another's vulnerabilities.
Squring off at opposite poles
, or so it seems, on each statement is the perennial disbeliever John Merill, delving into existential stances and situation ethics, and Everette Dennis, inclined to take more affirmative and juridical positions.