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Staggering though it is to believe, it seems as if the Valleywood project might just be getting off the ground.
My predecessor had already taught me to enjoy a comfortable reverence for his twin gifts, and all the staff felt quite honored by his longstanding support of the magazine, including his participation as a judge of our annual photo contest, which was just getting off the ground.
She finished her residency in 1977 and found herself increasingly drawn to the field of pain management--a concept that was just getting off the ground.
A jet-powered combat aircraft usually consumes up to one-third of its fuel load just getting off the ground.
What they would be trying to do is show that from 'X' dollars from this grant, that their idea has a chance of getting off the ground.
But they have met with fresh opposition, this time from the Swedish FA, who insist there is no chance of the league getting off the ground.
Meanwhile, Dermot and Jo's romance doesn't seem to be getting off the ground.
In 20 years, we're going to look back on this period and laugh, because everything is just getting off the ground.
Commercialization of the new format is just getting off the ground.
Also, by moving to San Francisco, he could guest with his friend Alonzo King's Lines company, which was just getting off the ground.
Our fear is that a too-constrained financial environment at the outset could prevent reform from getting off the ground," the AHA president said.