Summary: Even if your Mom's not around to check on you, here's the next best thing
for maintaining a good posture - the LUMOback Posture Sensor.
A BAND tipped to be the next best thing
in indie music will be wowing Brummies with a free show.
Looking at the book is the next best thing
to going to the place, but even this meticulous coverage cannot represent the awesome moment of coming into the Mughal garden through the great gate, when you see the mausoleum first, quite small framed in the arch of the gate, then, after a few steps, you come out to find the mausoleum, vast, white and delicate dominating all around it.
It may be the next best thing
to having an oil well and refinery in your backyard.
If you can't do carry-on, this is the next best thing
Written in a down-to-earth narrative style, Out There Fishing is the perfect, relaxing read for armchair travel angler and fishing enthusiasts as the next best thing
to being there
Black-and- white and color photographs give the reader the next best thing
to a tour of a gallery of Simpson's art, and the brief text passages include commentary on Simpson's creations and a conversation with the artist.
Fruit can't grow in space, but scientists from Japan have discovered the next best thing
Highly recommended especially for photography buffs and nature lovers, and surely the next best thing
to seeing Allegheny National Forest in person.
A compilation of masterworks, and the next best thing
to viewing the museum exhibit in person.
The next best thing
to taking a trip to show the Louvre to one's children in person, The Louvre Art For Kids is a refreshing alternative to kids' computer and video games, and is recommended for just plain rainy-day fun as well as an enhancement to classroom or home schooling resources.
It's one thing to have vendors training staff on the latest technology or on how to use the next best thing
since foam gel.
Jeff Duncan, of Save the Scottish Regiments, said: "Where we cannot put up candidates we are doing the next best thing
and making endorsements for people to vote for other parties.
If it can't convert the schools into academies for fundamentalism--and so far the courts have nixed that--tearing them down is the next best thing