Contemporary scholars have been reluctant to recognize that boy actors used false beards to materialize
masculinity on the stage.
While the Administration's rationale for these transfers is to ensure that the surpluses actually materialize
, the transfer of general revenues represents a major shift from past practice, under which social security has been financed almost entirely from dedicated payroll taxes.
But Lurie warns firms to make contacts with more than one school and to be prepared to do without an intern for a semester if none materialize
We have no guarantee that the projected surpluses will actually materialize
. An even more important consideration, though, is the need to address the erosion of the budget after the next decade, a task that will become increasingly difficult the longer it is postponed.
The delicious twists she throws into the mix (e.g, Jane's true allegiance lies with G.E.O.R.G.I.E,, an elite organization of she-spies) will make you sit up in your deck chair faster than it takes that first martini (shaken, not stirred) to materialize
from the hand of your poolside waiter.
Slipping from $37.90 to $11.65 a 69.26% loss, Bell still believes Solectron "has the best strategy out there," but its profitability will take more time to materialize
Lit by four overhanging lamps, each set in a corner of a central square space with cords that permit the dancers to turn them off or on at will, it is an emotionally gripping portrait of potential communication that fails to materialize
Plus, the planned East Side Access project, which will enable Long Island Railroad to access Grand Central Terminal, will soon materialize
shortage ever did materialize
, large numbers of scientists and engineers from other parts of the world would be waiting to fill the vacancies.
Well, the studios haven't called, and the big bags of money have yet to materialize
, but the love--the love comes to me all the time.
The viewer followed a path through what resembled a construction site the day before work begins, in search of something that would materialize
, as it turned out, only at the entrance to the last of the spaces on the way.
Bujones resigned in March, announcing his new position as artistic director of Bay Ballet Theatre in Tampa, Florida, an appointment that did not materialize
[see Kickoff, June 1994, page 5].
11 but due to a high pressure system made up of historically low interest rates, a vigorous underlying regional economy, and a nation energized by the challenge of going on to a "war-time" footing, the storm failed to materialize
Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps--if plans materialize
for him to portray the high priest of ivory-tickling kitsch, Liberace.