OUT THE SPONGE IS A SIMPLE JOB THAT SIMPLY DOESN'T GET ENOUGH.
The new high-reach excavator will be the largest of the four high-reach excavators used by Wring
"I am like anybody else: you want to wring
the neck of these wretched people who behaved so irresponsibly and then we are now having to bail them out."
their hands about the growing theocracy in Iran, they seldom recognize the sanctioned brutality routinely directed toward homosexuals.
Among the best of Golden and Kim's choices are two that play off musical ideas: Xaviera Simmons's Landscape: Playground (It Ain't Hard to Tell), 2005, in which looped audio and video from a squealing summertime water-gun battle seem to morph, through repeated listenings, from chaotic cacophony into richly musical rhythm; and the deeply affecting Winter in America, 2005, by Hank Willis Thomas and Kambui Olujimi, which uses skillful writing and inventive cinematography to wring
real drama from the cadre of modified GI Joe-style figures the directors use to enact the story of the 2000 murder of Thomas's cousin in a snowy Philadelphia parking lot.
We know that simplistic proclamations about superior schools far away are incomplete at best, yet we continue to wring
our hands about our inferiority.
And he even managed to wring
a few drops of pathos out of his title character's plight, affording us occasional glimpses of just how shallow and tedious life would quickly become without adult commitments and consequences.
The Easy Squeeze mop features a double-hinge system for even wringing and includes an integrated wringer that allows users to wring
it without bending over.
Having precipitated the ringside brawl at York Hall, they now wring
their hands and cry,``Not us, guv.''
"Life is too short to wring
your hands over every little issue that comes across your desk.
Dip these in water and wring
them out before using.
out a washcloth and use it to grasp the edge of the tub when getting out.