" has been not only the motto of Alial Fital since its inception, but can also be found in the style of its creator.
Northeastern University in Boston, Mass., has found a way to stand apart
from neighbors such as Harvard, by focusing on supply chain management.
The '07 XK hopefully will play the role of another building block in Jaguar's plan to build unique products that stand apart
from the Volvos and Lincolns in the Ford stable.
These network-based KVM products, the newest appliances within the Cyclades AlterPath System for remote IT administration, stand apart
as the industry's first KVM solution to offer Cyclades AdaptiveKVM technology (patent pending) that combines the widely used Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) functionality with KVM over IP access.
Much of the animus toward steroids assumes that they stand apart
from all other forms of training--that they are ugly, artificial, and alien to a culture of hard work and honest sweat.
STYLISH -- Freestyle was designed to stand apart
, much like your home decor.
IN THIS COUNTRY of islands, there are a few bits of land that stand apart
. One of these is Minamitorishima, or "Marcus Island" on some English-language maps.
Academies are not allowed to charge fees and cannot select their pupils by ability but otherwise stand apart
from the rest of the state system.
As editor of this volume, Plummer says, "The [volume's] approach contrasts with the belief that power struggles among states nearly always fully explain the origins of foreign policy, and that policy makers stand apart
from and above the prejudices and temptations of ordinary mortals."
That, combined with beautiful keyboards and powerful guitars, makes for a band who stand apart
from everything I've heard lately.
Like Shielfield Park where they came something of a cropper last year, the seafront ground hasn't changed much in the last 30 or 40 years - one new stand apart
"Benedictine communities of men and women were never intended to be part of the hierarchical or clerical status of the church, but to stand apart
from this structure and offer a different voice.
In this sense, three relatively modest films set in Jerusalem stand apart
. In the context of that city now, each offers perceptive illuminations of and compelling cases against the end-game of hopelessness.
Jockum Nordstrom performs a similar feat in the city's art world: His enigmatic, oddly "old-fashioned" drawings and muted mixed-media pieces in watercolor, gouache, and collage stand apart
from the visual styles currently in vogue--high-production, knowing, bigger-is-better.
What makes this wooden toe stand apart
? Researchers found soft tissue, including skin, had grown to heal where the toe was amputated: a sign the digit was removed while the woman was alive.