Building upon its successful heritage, the enhanced Virtually
There makes it even easier to gain access to trip information, eliminating the need for travellers to recall their reservation code.
free storage, plus high speed communications, plus Web 2.
It also guides, and is virtually
the only source of funding for, the FTAA Administrative Secretariat.
The Wickard opinion eliminated virtually
all limits on federal power under the Commerce Clause: ``Even if appellee's activities be local and though it may not be regarded as commerce, it may still, whatever its nature, be reached by Congress if it exerts a substantial economic effect on interstate commerce.
So Lichine seems virtually
forgotten in the present millennium, yet he actually was a better choreographer than most.
The group provides real estate owners, general contractors and sub-contractors unmatched expertise in virtually
every aspect of construction management.
This quality of memory was a virtually
saving knowledge, as it served as the map, invisible to so many others of us, that would guide us into and through interesting times.
Moreover, while Sanger presents accounts as seamless narratives, virtually
every remembrance concludes with a discussion of attitudes toward the use of the bomb.
Steam and fumes (remember, virtually
everything was sulfur cured).
SOUTHLAKE, Texas -- Sabre Travel Network(R) today announced the complete deployment of its enhanced Virtually
There(R) itinerary product.
In the past several years, microprocessor technology has virtually
revolutionized the elevator industry by providing more efficiently run elevators that are programmed to prevent these kinds of accidents.
Then we use it to describe virtually
any work that is not brand new--as in "twentieth-century classic.