Sir Alex Ferguson with jockey Ruby Walsh What A Friend ridden by Ruby Walsh (main image) on the way to victory in the totesport Bowl Chase yesterday, (inset) a 'worm's eye view
' on the Aintree action on Liverpool Day
A few of these ("A Worm's Eye View
of the High and Mighty," "What is a Bidet?," "Lady Astor") have already appeared in American Diplomacy.
"Having had a worm's eye view
in my life of prison and also having had something of a bird's eye view of government, I think that maybe I will bring some things to this group of experts - which is a team of which I am only one member."
He combines a worm's eye view
of the war, through the eyes of small, but key, players on the ground (and in the air), with an account of the high strategy of the campaign, as seen through the eyes of the main generals and admirals.
At any rate, Cate's mostly worm's eye view
of Nietzsche's life works well, tracing the self-styled Dionysus-Zarathustra-Crucified One's every step (he was a passionate hiker, preferring dark, shady pine forests), recording his every sigh ("During the past year I had 118 serious nervous-attack days.
Last season he had a worm's eye view
from the bench as Celtic went all the way to Seville via Blackburn, Vigo, Liverpool, Stuttgart and Oporto.
A Worm's Eye View
By: Caren Trafford Etram RRP: $17.95
Is a worm's eye view
better than a bird's eye view?
It is, in effect, a bird's eye view rather than a worm's eye view
. Just as microeconomic concepts and modes of analysis are the essence of the economist's involvement in regulatory policy, macroeconomic concepts -- such as consumption, saving, investment, productivity, and money supply -- are basic in dealing with questions of monetary and fiscal policies.
His well crafted chronicle, enlightening and reflective, is a valuable addition to colonial memoirs on three counts: it portrays the worm's eye view
of an observant and critical junior officer without the changes of attitude which long service and promotion tend to bring; it describes with telling authenticity the `holy' North in the period immediately prior to post-war political, economic and communications developments; and it provides a rare subaltern's account of the WAFF in action in East Africa.
Chapters also deal with the war photographers; women war correspondents; "The Worm's Eye View
of the War," featuring Ernie Pyle and cartoonist Bill Maudlin; "The African American Press in Wartime;" "The Mavericks," with the likes of Ernest Hemingway; broadcasting's Edward R.
Among the specific topics: "A Worm's Eye View
of Urban Soil" by Phil Craul of Syracuse University; "Tree Roots and Sidewalk Conflicts" by Phil Barker of the U.S.
They pointed out the varying camera angles during Duterte's more-than-an-hour speech, which included worm's eye view
One of the most memorable images tonight is Chris getting a worm's eye view
of Britain as he looks up through the grass over his head and into the wide open mouth of a hungry starling.
Unfortunate perhaps that the writer stated Jonathan had a worm's eye view
of the prison system - would bird's eye view have not been more suitable?