Of what benefit may a knowledge of Latin be to one whose doom looms large
THE threat of a national rail strike over Easter looms large
as Network Rail revealed it had drawn up contingency plans to deal with a walk-out by thousands of workers.
He's now carved himself a successful media career but almost inevitably when there's talk of Villa, one name always looms large
As always, the dispute over who assumes financial risk looms large
in the construction law business.
On the other hand, as architecture is inextricably linked with memory, the idea of the house looms large
in the life of the architect, as much, say, as early trips to the cinema play in the life of the film director.
According to Alperovitz, a period of radical change looms large
If the imagery of Goya and, less impressively, Victorian fairy painters like John Anster Fitzgerald looms large
in the relatively transparent Ideas of Solution, 2005, with its discernible trio of menacing sprites scampering around the head of a recumbent but open-eyed figure, it manifests a malevolence now stripped of moral underpinning.
Maier about the canonical text that looms large
in our collective imagination but appears infrequently in the lectionary of mainstream churches.
The sea looms large
in black culture from the agonies of the Middle Passage to African dreams and fantasies of a return to their native lands.
whose General Theory of Relativity looms large
in this book, spent the last decades of his life trying to find a unified theory of physics, one that would unite everything we know about matter and energy, from the smallest particles to the cosmos on its grandest scale.
As Asian container-board capacities sprint forward against their creeping North American counterparts, China's role looms large
The only out artist he knew was Warhol, whose shadow still looms large
In each area again the environment looms large
, and from that perspective she has much that is suggestive and new to say: thus the traditional long duration and constancy of Venetian government sheds some of its mythic qualities and becomes more dynamic and fluid; the nobility and the cittidini below them become more complex and nuanced; and although the everyday spaces of the city become gendered and dominated by men, we encounter a vibrant urban landscape where networks of relationships stretch well beyond the traditional Renaissance trinity of family, neighborhood, and patronage without denying their significance.
Instead, she looms large
throughout the whole film, being called "Mother" by all disciples, and cradling Christ at the end in a soul-stirring Pieta recreation.