I once worked for a firm whose CEO became enamored
of reengineering, then a recent fad.
He grew up in Iowa, an adventurous kid enamored
with elaborate technical projects; when others were building model airplanes, he was constructing a glider that carried him aloft from a neighbor's barn.
Others less enamored
by the urban landscape nevertheless saw city expansion as inevitable, and sought therefore to make the best of the situation.
They seem to be enamored
with the idea of getting more money for development.
While the Wall Street types seem preoccupied with the IPO of the company behind the Google search engine, many engineers are becoming enamored
of a different Web-search system called GlobalSpec (Troy, N.Y.).
or even the magnitude of the four syllables of the word "repetition." For as the many years passed, I would become enamored
with another destructive force of maple: the skateboard.
Since he had become so enamored
with saving, he dedicated himself to DOFE Principle No.
Too often, inexperienced entrepreneurs are so enamored
with their product or service that they fail to prepare for challengers.
Of course, the Jesuits were not always enamored
of this or other artistic media.
That is the founding tenet of zapovedniks." Williams became enamored
with zapovedniks after volunteering in two Russian reserves and went on to establish a center to support exchanges between Russian and American wilderness managers.
Chris Marshall (Ralph Fiennes) is the prince-like congressman who mistakes Lopez for one of his hotel's wealthy guests and soon finds himself enamored
of her charms, engrossed by her politics, and enchanted by her precocious son (Tyler Posey).
Henry probably was less than enamored
with history because he saw it too often as an excuse for why something couldn't be done.
LEONARDO DA VINCI IS said to have been so enamored
of his portrait Mona Lisa that he carried it everywhere with him on his travels.
And the board is so enamored
with Wartgow, it extended an open-ended contract with an additional 10 vacation days.
Value added castings are the heart and sole of what traditional jobbing foundries used to be all about, before so many organizations became enamored
with volume, margin enhancement took a back seat to revenue growth and the value of a business as an ongoing concern became irrelevant next to the value of its stock.