The amount of daylight remaining is also a key consideration in establishing the occupation time, since it is difficult to reconnoiter
and position weapons and obstacles in the dark.
Employing flyers and flying as metaphors to address life's meaning in this fragile world, Weather to Fly reconnoiters
who we are and where we're going, in a way similar to, and different from, the spiritual quest undertaken by the barnstormer in Richard Bach's classic Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah.
Special Operations Command, Navy SEALs are expert reconnoiters
and stealth warriors, often performing clandestine operations that larger forces cannot conduct undetected.
to retool its interactive efforts, other interactive developments tickle the imagination, including:
As he reconnoiters
his time and place in ever-widening circles from the world within, so too his daughter, not surprisingly a professional singer, is also searching for her lost father, but from the world without.
During chapter 8, Mazzotta reconnoiters
little studied relationships between the Decameron and legal thought: natural law as context for sexuality (II,10); marriage as a centerpiece of the ethics of natural law (III,7; VI,7); the brigata as legislators; Dioneo as a figure who both "encompasses the law and its subversion.
It's no wonder that some poignant sighs can be heard at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts's new exhibit, "Writing to Character: Songwriters & the Tony Awards," which reconnoiters
such Broadway hits as Guys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, Company other tuners in the Tony pantheon.