"I clicked with the family dynamic," Aguirre-Sacasa explains, likening
his relationship with his brother to that of Fantastic Four teammates the Thing and the Human Torch.
And who do you think that he has started likening
Many are likening
this case to the 17th-century witch trials of Salem, Mass.
the customer's fears about buying online to the gradual acceptance of automated teller machines for banking, Enan said doing insurance business online will sell.
the taxpayer's situation to Magruder, the Service found that producing and delivering the editorial pages to prepaid subscribers was a cost of acquiring the property, as the seller was transferring its liability to subscribers to the purchaser.
Scholz, who studied, danced, and began choreographing at Stuttgart, said, "The twelve years I spent in Stuttgart -- from being a student at the school to becoming the first resident choreographer after Cranko's death -- have greatly influenced my further development up to my present artistic directorship." Likening
Cranko to "a kind of Prometheus amongst choreographers," Scholz added that "one can feel the strong emotional connection to his Stuttgart Ballet: The quick sensing of the diverse qualities of its `body' and the intelligent love of this artist to gently present Stuttgart Ballet's best sides in a unique way.
When Pendleton made his notorious remark likening
affirmative action to a "plantation," he was, swoons Detlefsen, "acting on his belief that as a prerequisite to persuading ordinary blacks to abandon the politics of racial preference, he would first need to discredit the icons in whom that idea was embodied." Such gruffness, Detlefsen says, was an "idiom" that "ordinary blacks" understood.
They have used these to drive specific vibrations in a crystal lattice, likening
the process to "repetitively pushing a child on a swing" so that the child swings higher and higher.