Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it must tirelessly strive to be relevant to the people who use it. The Sun (2013)The company has been to keep details of the phone secret. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It is certainly something we will strive towards. Nugent, 1942). Ritiratosi dal set dopo Il Massacro di Fort Apache per dedicarsi al teatro, torna al cinema nel 1955 con Mister Roberts, ma litiga violentemente con Ford, tanto che le riprese del film vengono portate a termine da M. LeRoy.
Burton, John A. Animals of the World (1993)You can film in the dark; you can film down rabbit burrows. Times, Sunday Times (2012)WHAT is burrowing holes in my peppers? The Sun (2014)A This is caused by an insect called leaf miner burrowing into the leaves.
The Times Literary Supplement (2013)The table below lists the most common effects. Freeman, Michael Photographers Handbook (1993)We sat around the table and discussed things. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You get the nice table in the restaurant. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It goes from being a solid to a liquid. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This will secure it to your head and give a nice chunky risen shape and a solid sweep behind. The Sun (2010)It is made of solid gold and a new one is made each year for the winning owner to keep.
difficile scriverle senza emozione, perché sono parte della vita. Non si possono separare dalla vita. Non si può scrivere una parola di loro senza pensare ai giorni andati, o a compagni da molto tempo diventati corallo, o a belle, vecchie navi, una volta così maestose, ora ferro vecchio.”(John Masefield in Songs 1906).
So instead of the sentence reading, ‘She could of come with us to the skating rink’, this teacher corrected the student so that the sentence would read, ‘She could off come with us to the skating rink’. This demonstrates that the teacher does not understand either the grammar of the sentence or the correct spelling of the words in the sentence. However, a student in Grade 5 wrote the correct answer and the teacher was very wrong because ‘could have come’ is a compound verb needed for the completion of the sentence and the adverb, adjective, preposition or noun, ‘off’ (Oxford dictionaries 2015.
What is more, rules differ for events that are deemed to be ‘widely attended’ something that has more than 25 diverse attendees but is not a ballgame or a concert”Adding to the complexity, state ethics rules also come into play. If a corporation or trade association has an event where state office holders are invited, the ethics rules of each of their states must be followed.”Whew. All hellishly good intentioned, perhaps, but while those so inclined are distracted by the minutia of cheese vs.