VALENCIA - A play considered the ``Our Town'' of today has taken center stage
in the Black Box theater of College of the Canyons.
Deuteronomic and Deuteronomistic debates have taken center stage
among scholars in recent decades, and M.
Indeed, with regard to Spenser, Ireland has taken center stage
to the extent that, from being a light industry and a local enterprise, it has become an international concern.
Since Nikolais's death in 1993, Louis has taken center stage
, evident in the conjoined company's name and the mix of dance pieces during this New York City season: one Nikolais and two all-Louis programs.
BOSTON -- With the cost of higher education continuing to skyrocket and student loan interest rates at a record high, making education affordable has taken center stage
in the 110th Congress.
We've been getting out to these early leads, so the running game has taken center stage
Business Continuity planning has again taken center stage
in the list of priorities with the Fortune 1000 and MSEs (Midsize Enterprises.
The case has taken center stage
in a controversy over allegations that securities firms overcharged for U.
The issue of privacy has taken center stage
with corporations around the globe for the simple reason that a single privacy breach can cost companies millions of dollars to address and have serious implications on the bottom line.
Since it moved out of committee Wednesday, politics have taken center stage
Although technology plays an irreplaceable role in securing and ensuring privacy for data, the three P's - policy, process and procedure - have now taken center stage
The converged network has taken center stage
as the key enabler of technology innovations such as VoIP, collaboration, mobility and security," said Lenny Heymann, Interop(R) VP and GM.
Pulver is one of the true pioneers of the Internet telephony/VoIP industry, which has taken center stage
in telecom and communications segments over the last year.
Since opening its markets to join the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2002, the Chinese entertainment market has taken center stage
in preparation for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing and the 2010 World's Fair in Shanghai.
And since crude oil has taken center stage
lately, prices dropped $1.