As a woman on the edge of a nervous breakdown, Blanchett tries to hide behind a bunch of lies that she knits together
in an attempt to re-invent her life.
SO ALL THE EVIDENCE MASSIVELY SUPPORTS A THEORY OF EVOLUTION THAT KNITS TOGETHER
EVERYTHING WE KNOW ABOUT BIOLOGY.
Each bulb produces up to 10 exquisite blooms set above glossy green foliage that knits together
to create a seamless carpet of colour.
Binchy knits together
the lives of the characters effortlessly into a novel which makes the reader really care about them.
Its large sensor footprint inputs the software which "knits together
" multiple contiguous shots to produce a look at entire areas of localized corrosion while plotting the deepest pits and calculating R-Streng automatically.
Of special note are the chapters dedicated to 'the Knitting Doldrums of the 1920s', 'The Families that Knits Together
', and 'Knitting Redefined'.
Michaels skillfully knits together
SF and cyberspace with a mystery plot, giving readers a thriller that's hard to put down.
The researchers also suggest that the ants bring in or encourage the growth of the sooty, mold that knits together
Many researchers from Japan omit the overarching hypothesis that knits together
data from the presentations, and I often walked away from a poster or slide wondering what the larger point was.
Financial administration and overseas CRM are on Linux; shop-floor operations and automated fabrication are on iSeries; and the front-end, browser-based eBusiness on Windows knits together
your supply chain accelerating customer contact with real-time lead generation that's e-mail blasted to the sales territories.
That meant the book--which skillfully knits together
the disparate lives of a healthy but HIV-positive gay man, the handsome genderfucking woman he lives with, his beautiful but directionless bisexual niece, and his lonely divorced straight sister--would be displayed prominently for three months in every B&N bookstore in America.
Based on a novel by Jeannette Winterson, the tale knits together
the lives of a boatman's daughter and Napoleon Bonaparte's chef.
At once high-minded and gossipy, Lebrecht knits together
quite a story of what has happened to classical music, and it is not a pretty story.
In this world, Wilentz and Johnson have hung a marvelous tale that not only knits together
some of the major interstices of the national scandal it became - salvation, sex, murder - but also reveals much about the sexual and economic underpinnings of nineteenth-century American evangelicalism.