As soon as he gained the power to build, he cast around
for a suitable architect, lighting in Munich upon the unlikely figure of Paul Troost, who was neither young nor notably successful, and who died before his first large projects for Hitler were complete.
The iron insert is immersed in a bath of molten aluminum and placed in the mold, where the aluminum engine block is cast around
The Transparency of Evil reads our mass-media Sensurround of sameness and oneness between the lines of defense cast around
the AIDS crisis.
The researchers built their synthetic antibodies out of polymers, using a technique called molecular imprinting to construct a cast around
a target molecule.
for the person who'll inspire my kids in anything like the same way and I can't see a likely candidate.
And with a talented cast around
him, he got to work up close with Sutherland, who played Jack Bauer in 24.
The new year has opened to talk of yet another downturn as Britain and its major trading partners cast around
for ways to drive growth in their economies while struggling still to come to terms with the financial excesses of their pasts.
"The show really caught the imagination of the community - with more than 200 local people involved playing soldiers, children, pea-pickers, boatmen and women - and everyone following the cast around
Stratford." A CELEBRATION of The Dillen takes place at 10am tomorrow at the Swan Theatre, Stratford.
"The Judges' Award is very special as it is a tribute to the show and to every single member of the production team, from the not unimportant people who drive the cast around
, right up to the director."
But rather than admit it even to himself, he's cast around
for an another reason and that's why he's blaming you.
George W Bush cast around
for a new hate focus when the Twin Towers and the Pentagon were attacked in 2001, and found Al Qaeda.
Lopez is suitably sweet and charming in a particularly undemanding role, but there is a very strong supporting cast around
her, with Wanda Sykes as Viola's long-suffering and extremely sarcastic assistant particularly fine.
It's tempting to cast around
for others to blame, but defeated leaders should always look in the mirror first.'
Freeman moves his cast around
with fluent precision, creating exciting tableaux for the ceremonials (thought the Grand March is more of a run-on and general assembly than triumphant procession) and ensures that the protagonists keep in regular visual contact with the audience on three sides.