Thus I well remember a three days' run got out of a little barque of 400 tons somewhere between
the islands of St.
Dr Richard Jarvis, of the BMA, said: "The effect on society as a whole will lie somewhere between
major and catastrophic.
absolute belief and absolute incredulity, he tells us, the universe contains a maybe.
The show opens with a female British comic trapped somewhere between
Tracey Ullman and Shirley Valentine.
The average college baseball schedule will fall somewhere between
the high school schedule of 25-35 games and the low-level minor-league schedule of 65-80.
Havana moves more than 100,000 containers of cargo a year, a volume somewhere between
Philadelphia and Boston and around the level of Montevideo.
Brancusi-esque bases without their better halves and supertechnological "appliances" for a race of freaks, these freckly figments seem neither purely aesthetic nor wholly functional: They linger somewhere uncomfortably in-between.
This means that while it remains maddeningly challenging -- if not impossible -- for Canadian movies to get a theatrical run on the regular commercial exhibition circuit, it's only the truly misbegotten strip of homegrown celluloid that doesn't secure a festival slot somewhere between
Somewhere in the darkness, somewhere between
The Brownies' Book and the Black Panther Coloring Book, Myers's stratagem is revolutionary; the intrinsic value to black youth of his lessons stands priceless, timeless, and class-transcendent.
Shunryu Suzuki a little Japanese living and teaching in California couldn't be my teacher one of my non-teachers a little lit match from God's matchbox sea wind soon blew out somewhere between
California and Estonia somewhere between
East and West between somewhere and nowhere nobody can find out what remained of him after the wind has blown and the tide come and gone - the white sand as smooth as before - but his smile from the back cover of Zen Mind Beginner's Mind has silently infected book after book on my shelves and perhaps shelves themselves and walls and wall-paper too
Imagine that in reaction to Republican proposals to gut Medicaid, cut back on health-care benefits for the elderly, slash aid to dependent children, and give rich people a tax cut, somewhere between
four and five million Americans went on strike and staged demonstrations in cities around the country.
Searching somewhere between
a religious experience and a psychological disorder for the explanation, this book explores out-of-body experiences and possession in early American culture.