(All are alliterative, in case you hadn't noticed.) As he probes the practices of his example companies, he ties those into the seven roles, which his publicist likens to
"the seven habits of a highly effective CFO." Checklists at the end of each chapter help distill some of the central lessons.
ADD and Me: Forty Years In A Fog is the personal memoir of a man with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), which he likens to
living in a fog.
To their surprise, the researchers detected a glimmer that Evans likens to
"a big, red, bloodshot eye." The infrared light is probably generated by dust heated by an energetic object in the core, the team reports in a September supplement of the Astrophysical Journal.
To be sure that they're thinking out of the proverbial box, they've established what Kill likens to
a "skunk works," which they call "Innovation Works." "This helps us break through mental barriers," he says.
In the first proof-of-concept experiments, GE2 prevented the release of histamine in human basophils sensitized to nitrophenylacetyl (NIP), an allergen that Kepley likens to
pollen in its effects.
The NorthStars won the second game 2-1 in five innings after Amy Perkins scored on a fielder's choice and Lisa Dudley doubled in Likens to
erase a 1-0 deficit.
The same cannot be said of one of the company's signature works, Students of The Asphalt Jungle, which Harris, emphasizing hip-hop's roots in an African tribal dance, likens to
a male rite of passage.
The perils of today's economy--global competition, fast-changing technologies, dwindling energy supplies and yes, terrorism--make up a landscape that author Mary O'Hara-Devereaux likens to
the Dakota Badlands that pioneers had to traverse in the 19th Century.
Satellite-mounted instruments and a ground network of Global Positioning System (GPS) stations detected the rhythmic motion, which Bawden likens to
breathing, during the past 6 years.