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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: CAVDF-14-028-DVT on a foreshadowing of study for the implementation of the digital industry development tools around a digital home project.
The author, a professor of landscape architecture and natural resources, describes the political maneuverings that both sides used to fight their campaigns, foreshadowing the environmental battles that have come since.
Chapters instruct how to watch movies with a writer's eye for what works and what doesn't, blending believable character traits into scenes and plots, using goals to reveal character motivation, judiciously applying foreshadowing and flashback, the power of the suspense of disbelief and how to encourage it, smooth plotting, and much more.
I recently reviewed Marcus Sedgwick's The Foreshadowing, a book set during WW I, in which the main character was haunted by the tragedies she could foresee.
With stunning new images from the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers are witnessing the death and rebirth of stars - foreshadowing the inevitable doom of our own sun 5 billion years from now.
If ever there was a sign of foreshadowing, it occurred for Canyon High girls' basketball player Leanne Suenaka in a first-round playoff game her freshman year.
Lucas obviously has captured a brilliant foreshadowing of how the planet will go to Tatooine in a handbasket if Valley residents don't get their fair share.
Brody sees the current market gyrations as foreshadowing another volatile quarter and advises fellow value managers to stay the course.
The filmmakers do a fine job of laying out the competing visions, foreshadowing the outcome without overstating it.
In ``187'' (the California penal code for homicide), Garfield takes a more sinister route, shooting up a mouse to demonstrate the effects of morphine - a dark way to interest the kids in science and a foreshadowing of how much further he is willing to go to get their attention.
This blackout is a frightening foreshadowing of the implications of the Time Warner/AOL merger," Kleiner said.