lie folds himself down toward the ground or takes flight
with equal effortlessness, shifting from shape to shape with no apparent need for transition.
This issue contains the following articles: (1) Alabama's New & Improved Public School Report Card; (2) Alabama's CSFO Gains International Recognition; (3) Superintendent's Art Exhibit Kicks Off March as Arts Education Month; and (4) New Curriculum Program Takes Flight
. Regular features include: (1) Good News in Alabama; (2) Awards, Opportunities and Professional Development; (3) Calendar; and (4) Teacher of the Month.
Weaver George (right) takes flight
with Charlieadams before landing his 20th win over jumps
There are no return visits once the young bird takes flight
The Owl of Minerva takes flight
only with the falling of the dusk." Owls, one of them indeed painted gray in gray, appear in at least two of the paintings; and though this may seem too slender a basis for an interpretation, the overall iconography seems largely pessimistic.
The most likely way to spot a quail is when one takes flight
- skimming over the tops of the crops.
US Airways (NYSE:LCC) reported yesterday that its 31,000 employees have pledged a record USD1,150,299 to the airline's annual "Hope Takes Flight
" campaign to benefit the United Way.
The Sheffield indie star takes flight
once more with his sixth album, Ex-Maniac, out on March 1.