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- In the 24-inch profile, Imazu describes how he works.
- He even describes how those friendships began.
- The weight describes how thick the cymbal is.
- It describes itself as the memory of the nation.
- It describes itself as the "Gateway to the Marches".
- It describes itself as anti-capitalist and anti-racist movement.
- The book describes the mysterious power of methane gas.
- The book describes life on the outer beach during all four seasons.
- This book describes a near-Utopian society in the name of Campos in Mexico.
- The disk encryption theory article describes some of these modes.
- The article describes the squares and triangles as "slightly shapist".
- This article describes some of those effects on individuals and populations.
- The song describes life in India, and speaks of many cultural aspects.
- The song describes an 'old assyrian' drinking binge with some references to the Classics.
- The song describes the time of bringing the cows to the high country at cheese making time.
- She also describes the song as "a heck of a lot of fun."
- Author Ian Inglis describes the song's melody as "romantic".
- In her own words, Hill describes the song: "This song inspires.
- zoning) that describes what activities are acceptable in a given location.
- Anton Gazenbeek describes what happened next in his book "Inside Tango Argentino".
- He then clarifies their destiny and describes what hell would be like for the non-believers.
- He describes the album as being experimental.
- She describes the album as one of a pleasing ebb and flow.
- "Q" describes the album as "a lush, almost psychedelic mood piece."
- Variety describes the film as a "potent investigative piece."
- Neumaier describes the film as a successful "'character-based' monster-flick".
- Erwin Romulo of The Philippine Star describes the film as "wickedly fun to watch".
- The official website describes the protocol as a work in progress.
- The ACM website describes these people as 'Renowned International Thought Leaders'.
- The "Londonist" website describes this suggestion as "fanciful", as the modern Tyburn is a sewer.
- The Independent describes the book as “Gripping and thought-provoking ...
- Alasdair MacIntyre describes the book as "an unduly neglected minor modern classic."
- Brock now describes the book as a "character assassination" and has since "disavowed its premise".
- Jeff Penalty left the band in March 2008 in what he describes as a "not amicable split."
- Instead, Bordwell promotes what he describes as "neoformalism" (a revival of formalist film theory).
- Bies deplored what he describes as the one-sided lack of civility exhibited by Democrats during the 2011-2012 Assembly sessions.
- The story then describes the detective's attempt to solve the mystery.
- It then describes the fate of Thamud, a formerly prosperous extinct Arab tribe.
- Vash Young then describes the flash of insight the enabled him to re-invent himself.
- The final and most lengthy section describes the process of arriving at synergy.
- Photogrammetry describes the process of measuring data based on photographic reference.
- It describes the process of building "Patriot", a motoryacht commissioned by Mark Grosvenor.
- The novel describes friendship and rivalry among pulp writers of the 1930s.
- The novel describes the events of the reigns of Manuel I, Alexios II and Andronikos I through the eyes of Agnes.
- The novel describes the events of the reigns of Manuel I, Alexios II, and Andronikos I through the eyes of Agnes.
- The narrator describes the Princess Boy's family relationships and friendships.
- The poem is a soliloquy given by an aviator in the First World War in which the narrator describes the circumstances surrounding his imminent death.
- The narrator describes his conflicting feelings ("There were times when I could have murdered her/But you know I would hate anything to happen to her").
- The table below describes land use in Burundi.
- The table below describes the composition of the three major groups of algae.
- The list below describes the sections in each county that are designated SR 640.
- Early in the novel, the author describes the interior of Sarek and Amanda's home.
- One author describes the gamma function as "Arguably, the most common special function, or the least 'special' of them.
- The author describes Adria's placement in this way: "Imagine a slash between France and Germany, and then insert about 300 miles".
- His book "Nigamasara" (1673) describes in detail the "Vargavi Varuni Vidya" (Vedanta).
- Burns also describes in detail Valerie Solanas' near-fatal shooting of Warhol in 1968.
- Livy describes in detail the humiliation of the Romans, which serves to underline the wisdom of Herennius's advice.