Being able to stand back
from the city restores its three dimensionality: the greying of its edges round it, emphasize its mass, and its density, unifying it into a solidity which belies its fragmented reality, as experienced when in among it.
THERE must be many who are natives of this fair city of ours - not to mention thousands of seafarers sailing down the river - who have wondered, like myself, why the Liver Birds stand back
Or Franklin Sirmans who describes the nuanced memoir paintings of Deborah Grant as powerful enough to "give you the energy to get down, stand back
up, take it all in, and wonder.
Why did we stand back
, knowing the children were wet and probably hungry, and believe our own fiction that "they're all right"?
The police urged the actor to stand back
as he stepped out of his chauffeur- driven car with director Guy Ritchie to sign autographs outside the Odeon cinema in London's Leicester Square last night.
Finally, and this is the hard part, stand back
and watch the money you've invested grow.
But I think that as we on the left try to re-imagine what the role of the press--and the left--should be in the age of soundbite journalism and mega-media mergers, we would do well to stand back
from Limbaugh's rightwing rhetoric and consider the shrewdness of his approach.
The tail's rampant exotica, however, are almost entirely invisible -- detectable to spacecraft that fly through them, yet frustratingly inaccessible to scientists trying to stand back
and look at the big picture.
He said: "I am not prepared to stand back
and watch a Tory-led Government at Westminster condemn a new generation to the scrap heap.
A Treasury source said: "The lesson from the 80s is you cannot just stand back
and do nothing.
Firemen stand back
as the Tower Ballroom is engulfed by a huge pall of smoke as it burns during April, 1969.
And while his previous work s have offered peripheral-vision-filling opportunities to stand back
in awe, his latest efforts encourage a consideration that is up close and personal.