Education is the modern staff of life
for all of us.
Townspeople have been growing the cactus since before the Spanish conquest The plants are a staff of life
rivaled only by corn.
Wheat today is synonymous with bread, but before it became the stuff of the staff of life
, people grew an ancient form known as einkorn.
From California to the world, the sessions are targeted towards senior level executives and middle management staff of life
And while some purists may turn their noses up at naan, chapatis, ciabatta and focaccia, I'm putting my dough on people realising there's more to the staff of life
than sliced white.
The Zona family is forever grateful for the support, kindness and care provided to our mother by all the staff of Life
Care Center of Auburn.
Indeed, the wide range of vitamins and nutrients bread provides is often overlooked in debates about the staff of life
As I tear into this economical, highly nutritious, easy-to-prepare staff of life
, I always am reminded that Simple Bread is simply marvelous.
This relationship has to do with the massive magnificence of old oaks, their scarcity and their association with the Indians for whom the oak was a staff of life
For small businesses, profits are the staff of life
Thank you as well to the staff of Life
Care Center of Auburn for their professional and caring treatment of Fr.
Among the more unusual names were the Diana in King Street (closed 1900), the Rose and Shamrock and the Neptune in Kirkgate (1905), the Druids at Salford, Lockwood (1910), the Dog at Moldgreen (1913), the Staff of Life
at Bankfield (1914), the Paragon in Westgate (1923), the Turf Inn in Ramsden Street (1930), the Dock Tavern in Dock Street (1940), Poets Corner in Chapel Hill (1944), the Olive Branch in Lindley (1949) and the Lord Nelson in Leeds Road (1953).