Development of growing, reliable bitumen production at Great Divide
is the foundation of Connacher's five point strategy leading to value recognition.
In the documentary series -- launched with a pilot in May -- WebVisible explores The Great Divide
, where small businesses and consumers fail to connect.
Lead singer Sam McTrusty said: "90 per cent of Great Divide
was written in the back of the tour bus.
America's trouble is that it's using Cold War strategies which are outdated in trying to handle changing European Union priorities--and America and Europe After 9/11 and Iraq: The Great Divide
charts these differences and offers foreign policy ideas which vastly revamp the relationships between the U.
United boss Ferguson wants Richards to become only the third City player in the past 70 years to leap the great divide
to Old Trafford.
WHEN selling a house, there seems to be a great divide
between what homeowners think will boost the value of a property and what estate agents believe will make all the difference.
The Great Divide
documents society's shortcomings, while Danger Danger is about US hypocirsy in the face of violence.
For the first leg of his first-ever solo tour, Stapp has chosen an up-close and personal approach with intimate club appearances to support the platinum-certified The Great Divide
, released on November 22, 2005.
New Zealand coach Graham Henry maintains there is no great divide
between the hemispheres - despite the All Blacks' romp to grand slam glory.
Now that he's crossed over the Great Divide
and is in the hands of the Old Man Upstairs, I hope the first words he hears in heaven are: ``Which horse would you like to ride today, Ron?
The fall has revived hopes that the great divide
, which has existed to some degree or another since the 1930s, could soon become a thing of the past.
In the eight months since he crossed rugby's great divide
, for which he was heavily criticised, he has gone from raw rookie to playing in the Six Nations and winning the Hong Kong Sevens with England.