Shakespeare, after all, remains the linchpin
of the canon, the icon of icons.
The title character of Mary Oslund's astringently funny Reflex Doll, the linchpin
for her new piece, provides a much-needed antidote to the sugary excesses of the holiday season.
After investing more than $50 million in the project, Weinstein said he has been approached by several firms that are interested in carrying out his plans for redeveloping the 1927 distribution center site as the linchpin
for modernization of a community in need of new retail outlets and affordable housing.
26 Cell that a protein called PGC-l-alpha is the linchpin
connecting fasting, glucose, and insulin with porphyria episodes.
For the eight tribes in talks now - some of which are among the wealthier in a California industry estimated to generate as much as $6 billion in gross revenue annually - another linchpin
to any agreement could be the number of years it lasts.
Still, it's hard to hold a grudge when the linchpin
of Moab is his frank and disarming description of an earthshaking, head-over-heels, wildly romantic schoolboy love for the Perfect Boy, one Matthew Osborne.
of development is the tutorial center, located very visibly on the Slinn Avenue side of the complex.
Finance Minister Palocci had been a linchpin
of fiscal policy in the Lula government, the architect of policies that helped yield primary surplus performance in excess of the target over the three years of President Lula's administration, including 4.
Reduced water numbers could kill the 3,500-home Northlake subdivision - the linchpin
in Hart's deal with builder SunCal Cos.
of personhood is simply our inclination to walk upright on two feet, instead of on four.
of the plan calls for improved access to LaGuardia and JFK airports.
The author demonstrates how document management works as the linchpin
of business success and facilitates knowledge management if properly integrated with core business processes and overall strategy.