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While there are places where Piece By Piece comes across as a little too slick, overall this is a winner.
Katie Melua's new album Piece by Piece sold 120,000 copies in its first week.
To promote the release of Piece by Piece, Katie Melua is set to sign copies of the new album at HMV Grafton Street on Friday, October 7 at 5.
They have to build the athletes' skills patiently and solidly piece by piece, in practice.
OUR human rights are being taken away piece by piece.
Never swerving away from the darker side of the human condition, it is an album that'll break your heart, then lovingly kiss it better, piece by piece.
Last year her second release Piece by Piece topped the charts across Europe.
Wellness: Piece By Piece by Pat Sullivan is a highly informative study of what constitutes a chronic illness and a quite helpful guide to the healing process for such a condition.
While Katie Melua is riding high in Amazon's CD sales chart with her new album Piece by Piece, the online retailer warned yesterday of a sales slowdown in the run-up to Christmas.
He resents his father (Kris Kristofferson) for selling off the Kentucky family farm piece by piece.
How many private sector proposals would still be viable if you were building it piece by piece over an 11-year period?
John Birch founder Robert Welch noted at the founding of the John Birch Society in December 1958 that globalists intend "to induce the gradual surrender of American sovereignty, piece by piece and step by step, to various international organizations--of which the United Nations is the outstanding but far from the only example.