: has his conditions for the first time this term
was well supported to win a Worcester bumper on his debut run in November for the Seven Barrows team.
Dogfish Head, the hot East Coast micro, is releasing four winter beers on December 1: Au Courant
, Festina Lente, Pangea and WorldWide Stout.
Nowadays, when people talk about frame rails, hydroforming invariably comes up, at least for au courant
is big in Hollywood - Jennifer Aniston is a fan.
Although most realize Fantasia no longer screens mainly Hong Kong martial arts films, Asian Section programmer Julien Fonfrede(?) says that even presumably au courant
journalists think it's now a monster festival -- giant mutant turtles and killer zombies rule.
One style from Obeetee's new Liberty collection puts a traditional floral into the au courant
warm color palette.
Tonyia Tidline reflects on a common complaint in identifying information overload as a kind of contemporary myth au courant
but unexamined even within a group of information specialists.
If this critical intent seems a reversion to outdated paradigms, Dubrow's essential method of exploring texts from the Henrician Wyatt to the anti-Revolutionary Collop is as au courant
as a reader will find: indeterminancy.
The Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy also plans to be au courant
in terms of the high-tech world in which we find ourselves.
Most, if not all, of the churches she approached refused to play her game--possibly, a cynic might conclude, because the lady was not au courant
. She sent a long out-of-date offering of $5 for each Mass.
The books I read for mental stimulation are usually not au courant
because I like to wait until the initial hoopla has subsided before I make my choices.
(The magazine's recent sponsorship of Alexander Cockburn, the world's wittiest and most infuriatingly rigid Marxist journalist, has done nothing to dispel this impression.) Moreover, due to the recent rightward swing of much of the opinion press--most notably at the always au courant
offices of its primary competitor, The New Republic--The Nation has earned the reputation in Washington as something of a museum piece, written by bearded Jewish radicals for sixties holdovers and public librarians.