Especially revealing is Zakaria's contention that, "If Saddam Hussein did not exist, we would have to invent
Children will invent
story structure by telling and writing stories.
To generate activities, we followed a three-step process that was repeated time and again: copy, adapt and invent
the Internet, inspires the fictional hero of Love Story, blows the whistle on Love Canal.
My listeners' skepticism at that notion forced me to invent
a court system, laws of equity, doctrines of nuisance and trespass, zoning and land-use planning, clean water and air acts, forest-practice and pesticide-control laws.
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Franklin used that idea to invent
the armonica, a musical instrument made of glass, that worked in a similar fashion.
The handsome man in the white shirt and tie didn't invent
televised selling, but he became the master of the medium, injecting his personality into every pitch.
There is plenty here, too, for students looking for particulars about more obscure inventors (such as Willy Higinbotham, who took time off his research on nuclear e nergy to invent
the computer game of Solitaire, and Robert Kearns.
Other urban families invent
food by traveling into the countryside to buy directly from farmers, a practice that is also outlawed.
Mother-of-two Susan Miller, 44, told a jury at Liverpool Crown Court: "How could I invent
something like that?