Even the dog trotted respectfully at the woman's side and did not raise a fuss when he caught sight
of me, the squirrels, or the occasional deer.
Though their work would later be derided by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright as hobbling America's organic architectural movement, the fair's primary architects Daniel Burnham and John Root oversaw the creation of neoclassical buildings that awed visitors, some of whom broke down weeping when they caught sight
of what came to be known as the White City.
The story I kept telling myself was the story of my guilt." Yet in 1999 she caught sight
of a familiar-looking notebook on her bookshelves--a journal she had kept in 1979, while her mother was dying.
Submersible craft exploring water at 2,000 meters and below have caught sight
of these characters eight times in the past 13 years, but no one has collected a specimen.
As we passed avenue Turnbull, we caught sight
of another line of riot police flanking us from down that street.
As the communicants came down the side aisle, I caught sight
of Jacques d'Amboise, still oddly boyish at 66.
Great was our joy when we caught sight
of our little house and our two stacks of hay....
A Compaq Computer Corp internal memo which ZDNet has caught sight
of, apparently details a "critical decision" to "significantly increase our Unix market share." Measures to be taken to achieve this goal are an extra $100m to be spent on partnerships, marketing and "field programs" for Tru64 Unix, and a doubling of field specialist staff.
We couldn't believe our eyes when we caught sight
of her on a Vanderbilt-Tennessee broadcast.
I was out to pick up The dime with a beard of grit, Buffalo nickel and smashed penny, And the quarter tapped by a spoon Into a junior-high turn And in my wild turn Of corners, I caught sight
Of my grandfather Leaving the barbershop, His own Chinese beard gone, The space for his horns Shiny in the summer light.
Wendy Hier is adamant she caught sight
of a black fox as it scuttled across Coundon Wedge Drive.
He's always seemed a regular kind of guy so you can imagine my shock when I caught sight
of a rather disturbing magazine in the spare room.