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The Den's artistic director, Ryan Martin, had been thinking the same thing--the new space, which was made possible by funding from local philanthropists Michael Heath and iMona Heath, kicks off auspiciously in August with Sean Graney's All Our Tragic, a 12-hour adaptation of all 32 surviving Greek tragedies (see page 24).
Though it is clear that Solomon knows how to spin an entertaining tale, replete with anecdotes elucidating the tumultuous relationship between the intense Robbins and the headstrong Zero Mostel, the pieces of the story sometimes come together too auspiciously.
While not rigidly chronological, the stages of his career are visibly defined, from the pastel paintings of WWI Holland to the busy 'boogie woogie' tramway lines of his works completed in New York where, auspiciously for us, his studio apartment was captured on - colour - cine film.
Jamal DoumaniAS the president of the most powerful nation in the Euro-American world meets with the king of the most influential nation in the Arab world, on an official visit slated for late next month, we are reminded of how auspiciously relations between Washington and Riyadh had initially begun.
The opening was auspiciously timed with the Chinese New Year -- the Year of the Horse -- and the hostess was quick to offer us stylised red cards emblazoned with our birth years' Chinese zodiac symbols.
More auspiciously, he sent off Kevin Thomson and Julio Arca as the Sky Blues trimmed Middlesbrough 3-1 in January 2012 - strikes by Gary McSheffrey and on-loan debutant Alex Nimley supplemented by a Matthew Bates own-goal - but he was also in the middle as Aidy Boothroyd's City were edged out 2-1 at Swansea in September 2010, Ben Turner grabbing a consolation as Darren Pratley and Scott Sinclair swung it for the Welshmen.
I am proud to be taking up the office you served so auspiciously.
Because it had all unfolded so auspiciously, I decided to go through the interview process being as transparent as possible.
Autumn told Kronick she chose her name because that was when she was born, and is also known as an auspiciously "fruitful and successful" time of the year, while Winter chose her name because it is the literal translation of her given name.
WHEN DEVA PREMAL was born in 1970, conditions were auspiciously in sync to contribute to her unfolding as a talented vocalist of spiritual and healing music.
He's also had cameos on TNT's "The Closer," where he has portrayed, auspiciously, the mayor of Los Angeles.
Auspiciously, the inauguration of the 45th President will be held on Martin Luther King Day.