Different Drummer

Different Drummer

Thoreau’s eloquent prose poem on the inner freedom and individualistic character of man. [Am. Lit.: NCE, 2739]
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If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer.
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It did take time for the stock market to recognize that our strategies would work, but the investment community has finally come around to supporting our marching to o different drummer, in thor we aren't a low-cost player and aren't going global.
With her hair relaxed and wearing contemporary garb, she remains off to one side, neither ostracized nor excluded, aware of but not following the crowd, literally dancing to a different drummer.
Griggs was operating to the beat of a different drummer.
Mary the Virgin Anglican Catholic Church in Chatsworth follows a different drummer, and members are proud to do so.
It was at this time that she thought of giving up dancing, until MacMillan appeared on the scene to stage his version of the Wozzeck story, Different Drummer.
John Reilly reads Schuyler's Black No More as a "black and-utopia" that anticipates William Melvin Kelley's A Different Drummer.
com (NASDAQ:FWHT) and Vitesse (NASDAQ:VTSS), and see how good it feels to march to a different drummer.
Thus, unlike "normal" insect pests that emerge in the spring from over-wintered eggs, develop into caterpillars or grubs that feed during the summer and then lay eggs and die, the Winter Moth marches to a different drummer.
Thus, late in the 20th century, the Jesuits were stronger numerically than ever in their history, yet their leaders sensed trouble and were wise enough to listen for a different drummer who happened to be drumming loudest among the poor, especially in the Third World.
See pages 28-33 for the Astarte story; also, "Haiti Dances to a Different Drummer," touches on dance and politics in that troubled Caribbean society today, pages 38-41.

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