But, imperceptibly, my need for alcohol took form
and began to grow.
Presently the confusion took form
, and through the fog of battle Tom appeared, seated astride the new boy, and pounding him with his fists.
But she could not reduce her vision to words, since it was no single shape colored upon the dark, but rather a general excitement, an atmosphere, which, when she tried to visualize it, took form
as a wind scouring the flanks of northern hills and flashing light upon cornfields and pools.
Crawling up from the deck, sheltered from the wind by the mast, by some freak it took form
and visibility at that height.
Handicappers' nap Potenza 7.25 Leicester Took form
to a new level when winning at Newmarket last week and can follow up under a penalty.
The initiative for establishing the high council took form
during Rouhani's visit to Turkey back in 2014, during which the two presidents set a trade target at $30 billion.
This collaboration took form
due to Hong Kong's goal to reduce energy usage by 40 percent by 2025.
Matzen had to carry 25 kg of equipment to the top of the mountain and then spend four hours capturing the sunset and the night skyline as they slowly took form
Their passion took form
with thousands of building blocks and they construct whole cities and even countries, Korzar Kosice wrote."The passion started when my husband got his first pack of Lego blocks 30 years ago when he was ten.
The prestigious award comes in recognition of Abdul Latif Jameel Motors' innovative initiative that took form
in the overwhelming success of the animated series "Khebayyes & AbuHurayyes." The show, produced by Abdul Latif Jameel Motors, appeared on its aftersales YouTube channel, Toyota Service Saudi.
French secularism dates back the French Revolution, but the current iteration took form
in 1905 with the law on the Separation of Churches and State.
ZoltEin Wilhelm, director of the Hungarian Information & Cultural Centre, New Delhi, says that before 1956, the year when the revolution took form
in Hungary, " Pedrazzini travelled the world for 10 years, from Indochina to Egypt, from the North Pole to the Caucasus.
This volume is a recent addition to the Paideia commentary series which "sets out to comment on the final form of the New Testament text in a way that pays due attention both to the cultural, literary, and theological settings in which the text took form
and to the interests of ...
Some of them took form
of comprehensive, long-term and highly competition-distorting policy packages.* Some countries continue to shield some of their domestic industries from foreign competition to the disadvantage of their consumers and other industry sectors.