Truth is, our getting together again during our father's birth day have, at the very least, recaptured lost moments that usually come hand-in-hand with drifting apart once siblings start their own families, and nieces and nephews begin to find their bearings
in the world.
Karachi has also seen so much criminal activity that its cultural and social equilibrium has been thrown out of balance and it will take some time before the people find their bearings
. There was a time when music used to be a part of the school curriculum and many schools had their own music bands.
In the film, which is yet to get a title, Bachchan plays Vijay Barse, who more than a decade ago, established the Nagpur-based NGO Slum Soccers, which helps children from slums find their bearings
through the game of football.
The fine Eldon Buildings, on the right, thankfully escaped the bulldozers of the town planners in the 1960s and 70s, and a time-traveller from the older picture would find their bearings
here straight away.
INTERPRETERS A GREAT HELP: With most signs and hoardings in Arabic, non-Arabic speakers find it difficult to find their bearings
TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers announced that they have successfully created perfect one-dimensional molecular wires of which the electrical conductivity can almost entirely be suppressed by a weak magnetic field at room temperature, a mechanism possibly closely related to the biological compass used by some migratory birds to find their bearings
in the geomagnetic field.
Michael Bell's juveniles often need their initial start to find their bearings
and The Lark was staying on in good style despite her evident inexperience.
relies for his assessment of the Enlightenment and the rise of tolerance on slightly dated literature, and despite the fact that almost no Anglophone works are engaged, these volumes enable theologians and historians to find their bearings
in the almost impenetrable landscape of interconfessional dialogues.
"The guys will have to take at least a few shifts to find their bearings
The new map, in Trinity Street, has a "You Are Here" arrow to help tourists and shoppers find their bearings
in the city.
The village hall is always a difficult place to play due to its confined space and this caused problems for the visiting Mariners, who struggled to find their bearings
as a rampant Vikings plundered an 18-2 lead in the first period.
The doves are a model of community--a flock flies together, going the same direction with one common purpose--to find their bearings
and head home.
After both sides struggled to find their bearings
with a greasy ball on a slippy surface, James McGovern opened the scoring for Down seconds after Brown's penalty miss and by the 13th minute they were 0-3 to 0-1 ahead.
With funding from LEEL, Edinburgh Compact has a few more events in hand to help the next generation find their bearings
in the jobs market.