A legal advice book primarily, it reads intriguingly
for those who love an entertaining courtroom drama tied in with celebrity drama.
Far less starry than their recent films, it is intriguingly
provocative but perhaps a bit too low-key for its own good.
Exploring society through a woman who doesn't understand society's unwritten taboos, "Requiem for Locusts" is an intriguingly
written novel that asks questions and provides interesting answers.
However, amid speculation that there have been discussions between his representatives and US private equity fund InterMedia Partners, and more intriguingly
, the Saudi Binladin Group, Ashley said: "I think I'll start with people from Newcastle, not in some cave in Afghanistan.
Stories that follow truly human characters as they deal with the common problems of life, such as the death of a father and the relationship with his son, a boy struggling with illiteracy, the suicide of a loved one--all things that everyday people may deal with, but all written intriguingly
to glue readers to the page.
And on page 72 you'll find a selection of corporate communications ranging from the intriguingly
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, a red wine vessel was at the west wall of Tut's burial chamber and a white wine container was at the opposite wall.
, he noted that his supply of Israeli flags comes from a distributor in Israel.
, Klein also cites the Bush campaign of 1988 as a failure.
illustrated survey of scientific inquiry.
That model, in turn, gives rise to another, much more intriguingly
radical organizational possibility: the virtual corporation.
, below, is the model of King Kong that used to stand menacingly in the Bull Ring.
The paintings don't hold much interest on their own, but paired with the sculptures and floor they gave the gallery an intriguingly
creepy ambience suggestive of an interior-decorating collaboration between the Addams Family and the Cleavers.
one reminisce intriguingly
links missing bombs from Thule Air Force Base with WWD stories on the clothes that Greenlanders wear to keep warm.