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In 1936, a dress designer and Manhattan socialite by the name of Ruth Harkness decided to embark upon a journey into the wilds of China.
As we embark upon the city's most ambitious period of construction and economic development seen in generations, we look forward to continue being in the middle of history and New York's voice for construction.
00) tells of a young man already worn by the brutalities of life, until a stranger persuades him to reveal his troubles and embark upon new discoveries.
But Republicans said the announcement leaves little doubt Marin is about to embark upon a statewide campaign.
Mikkola's lecture, "The Past Doesn't Necessarily Predict Future Success," will detail his vision of the path casting suppliers must embark upon in the 21st century.
Huber's Chemical Division will embark upon a global expansion program to support its strategic initiatives in rubber, toothpaste and paper.
They must embark upon a magical adventure to restore balance to both worlds and regain control over their destines, in this imaginative and enjoyable novel recommended for fantasy lovers of all ages and backgrounds.
Initiated by the signature image of the phallus as battering ram, readers embark upon an epic journey through which Komunyakaa evokes the heretical power of the word.
This spring, Columbia will embark upon a project to overhaul and create new faculty space at the Law School.
Howley, founder of an organization called Athletics Instead of Depression & Sickness, left Los Angeles on April 6 to embark upon a cross-country trek billed as the first solo triathlon across the United States.