'I picture someone
like Cate Blanchett when I create my designs: intelligent, strong, feminine.
When you picture someone
with gout, you may think of an older, overweight man who likes his burgers and Budwieser--and that wouldn't be inaccurate.
copying a medieval book -- if you picture anything, you're going to picture a monk, not a nun," said Alison Beach, a historian at Ohio State University, and an author on the study.
Take a look at tml" target="_blankthe unimaginative names from the first NYS scandal ndash Reinforced Concrete, Roof and All, Braincraft, Mindful, Essential Prodigy, Critical Mass, Bright Thinking ndash and you picture someone
being asked to quickly come up with company names to enable payments to be wired before the banks close.
But when examining them through the lens of metalcasters as puzzle solvers, however, I picture someone
clapping their hands and rubbing them together determinedly.
"However, been sent this picture someone
took and it melts my heart, this is my babies reaction when they see each other..
I look down at William Pennewell's grave and picture someone
else standing in this spot, but at a different time.
"We've got a picture someone
sent us and they said: 'I guess this is why you do it' and it's a picture of a young lad absolutely mesmerised by the lights."
You also get a garden, and judging by the picture someone
has attempted to create a gazebo - complete with a chair and, er, a wheelbarrow.
And turning to leaked emails where Angelina Jolie was branded a "spoiled brat", Jen adds: "I can't picture someone
saying that about a man."
You certainly don't picture someone
living hand to mouth, with no heating or running water, in a cave cut out of Spain's Sacromonte mountains.
If Lebanon was a man or woman, I'd picture someone
very stylish, enjoying a song and dance, while eating tabbouleh and holding up a glass of something merry-looking in their hand; a bon-viveur trying to make the most of their evening before the electricity is cut off.
e best picture someone
has taken of me is also a tough one.
I am reminded of the good spirited picture someone
shared on Facebook, a family where the father carries a sign that said "I am Sunni", the mother a sign that said "I am Shia", and the little girl carries a sign "I am
I picture someone
climbing the corporate ladder (nothing wrong with that--I've been there) and thinking, "Sigh, I better go read a novel so I can create better PowerPoint presentations." That's missing the point, right?