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The drama revolves around the opening of Gotham's first luxury hotel in 1895, and goes behind the scenes with those who work and stay there.
Each sun in these systems revolves around its mate in a regular, cyclical pattern.
According to Miller's research, one adult American in five thinks the sun revolves around the Earth.
Where is the 'art' in photography when the typical discussion revolves around technical camera operation?
The manufacturer's marketing focus revolves around demonstrating why their particular product should be a component of the system.
A successful organization, according to Green, revolves around an owner knowing his or her weaknesses, and finding appropriate partners or staff to perform the tasks involved in those areas.
Ehlert president Stephen Hedlund said the sold properties "no longer fit our plans" and that Ehlert's current strategy revolves around a motorized recreation market focus.
The production revolves around the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, an Episcopalian and a young, gay man, in Laramie, Wyo.
Their constantly changing work schedule revolves around the many phases of the moon and the tides.
The idea that the earth revolves around the sun was introduced by Copernicus, thirty years before Galileo was born.
The calculation revolves around having enough principal and income to fund such care.
Certain aspects of cities now strike me as being straight out of science fiction, such as a particular intersection in Tokyo's Shibuya district, where everything revolves around the increase and intensification of information.