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Haley Larsen had another strong outing for Canyon with 24 kills and 15 digs, but it wasn't enough to upend Valencia.
After decades of do-nothing sessions, it would feel good to upend the entire system, but reform that doesn't solve the problem is pointless.
DRAMA Ferris upends Ian Evans to concede last minute penalty
It would be great to report that Bear Cub (Cachorro), a Spanish comedy-drama directed by Miguel Albaladejo, upends sitcom convention to generate its own quirky, revelatory crackle and rhythm.
When the love of God upends our self-oriented lives so that we become not only aware of but also passionately concerned about the needs of others, then our light will truly shine in such a way that people will be drawn to experience the grace of God in our congregations.
Comic book writer, screenwriter, historian, and parent Gerard Jones upends that thinking in his new book Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes, and Make-Believe Violence (Basic).
Their decision upends important orders that have helped counteract unfair trade practices and kept good steelworker jobs here in the United States.
In a discovery that upends the study of human origins, scientists have unearthed remains of what they say is the earliest known member of the human evolutionary family.
When a patch of dense fog rolls over the desert, the beetle, a species of the genus Stenocara, upends its body into a handstand.
The work upends the views of some archaeologists who had held that the Chaco Canyon residents first cut down all of the local trees and then ranged farther afield as construction on the great houses proceeded.