On Thursday, protesters tried to overrun a Bangkok sports stadium where election candidates were gathering to draw lots
for their positions on ballots.
The editors of Science News keep weekly tabs on Web traffic, and sometimes the stories that draw lots
of eyes surprise us.
The interaction between Bush and Obama is sure to draw lots
of attention in this presidential election year.
November Club - the award winning performing arts company - helped local people relive the excitement of the Twelfth Day Cake and associated party, where guests would draw lots
for characters they were to play over dinner.
Crappies remain the most popular panfish of In-Fisher-man readers, so no surprise that any mention of new lures for them always draw lots
CONDITIONS at the former Phurnacite plant near Aberdare were so oppressive men would draw lots
to decide who would work the dirtiest areas, a court was told yesterday.
When they finally reach the land of Canaan, for example, the Israelites divide the land by drawing lots, and they draw lots
again in Masada, selecting the few unfortunate swordsmen entrusted with setting the mass suicide in motion.
The appearance of Gaddafi so soon after the release of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi, who was convicted of the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, is controversial and likely to draw lots
of attention in the US.
Presidential candidates will draw lots
in the Central Election Commission office on Friday to determine dates of their free appearance on the national television channel and a free publication of election programs in the government-run newspaper Kyrgyz Tuusu.
With 403 votes apiece, election rules state that the candidates must draw lots
to determine a winner, so Koehler and Hilden scribbled their names on a piece of paper and one was drawn from a hat last week, at Lane County Elections.
Little tweaks, like custom poured concrete courses, might prove to draw lots
of heroic board slingers to the melee.
SOLEMN MOMENT: The vicar of Slaithwaite rededicates the village's war memorial in November, 1950 (50-13950); YOU CHOOSE: Newly elected councillors draw lots
to see who will serve short-term and who long-term.