There is not much on strategy and issues; and still less blow-by-blow
. The candidate himself is somewhat blurry, beyond his crabbing about printing errors and distaste for fundraising calls.
Alongside the exhaustive track and trainer directories, there's a great line-up, including a blow-by-blow
account of Westmead Hawk's Derby and thorough results and rundowns on 50 big races.
Using eyewitness accounts and blow-by-blow
images of the fight, this book is a pleasure for any fan of the sport.
Vinovskis provides a careful, blow-by-blow
account of the legislative politics and executive decisions that shaped the program rather than an assessment of those decisions.
Offering a blow-by-blow
report of the Saatchi-driven YBA exhibition, Fraser's "A 'Sensation' Chronicle" should stand as the foundation of a canon for anyone marginally interested in the vicissitudes of the culture wars.
But the kingpins of Big Media--who feed us endless blow-by-blow
"news" accounts of the investigations of Martha Stewart, Kobe Bryant, and Scott Peterson--for some reason suffer from chronic attention deficit disorder when it comes to PSI's investigation of the international mafiosi operating out of the UN headquarters on New York's East River.
One effect of having political disagreement among friends is that both parties tend to be less extreme in their positions and less interested in following blow-by-blow
accounts of political issues.
She will not, however, offer a blow-by-blow
rebuttal to former counter-terror adviser Richard Clarke's claims that the administration, and she in particular, did not consider al Qaida an urgent priority before the attacks.
His pamphlet describes gay sex acts in explicit, blow-by-blow
detail, ostensibly to show how wicked they are.
It is also the "Year of the Matrix," a veritable blow-by-blow
of technology run amok.
Donaghy provides a behind-the-scenes, blow-by-blow
account of how Pearson managed to steer the pressures towards greater independence from the U.S.
The project has been described as a blow-by-blow
account of the investigation, combined with the personal biography of Moose's poor upbringing and his rise to police chief.
Collins and Skover recount the blow-by-blow
of Bruce's travails and legal arguments in copious and compelling detail, largely steering clear of the hagiography that has too often attended Bruce in the past.
"Amchurch" is "shorthand to signify a deeply entrenched, influential, dissident faction within the leadership of the Catholic Church in our country -- among the bishops, the heads of religious orders, college and university administrators, chancery officials, prominent theologians, and university faculty." And this book is a blow-by-blow
account of how homosexual Amchurch has become, and of the persons who have brought this about.
JUST WHEN WE WERE beginning to believe that it was possible to live through a basketball season without an eruption from Mount Knight, we learned that ESPN was releasing a film based on A Season on the Brink -- John Feinstein's blow-by-blow
account of the 1985-86 season at Indiana University.