Nothing in any borough comes close
to the feeling that comes from what will be our new home, save for Grand Central Station," said Daniel Power, publisher of powerHouse Books.
If there's such a thing as a typical Hawkinson, Ranting Mop Head (Synthesized Voice), 1995, comes close
. Here a mop, mounted upright on an office-chair base, is transformed into an ersatz janitor with a voice box made of plastic bottles.
This book comes close
to letting the voice of an Indian person be heard, a difficult thing for many scholars.
Yes, there's a sporadic, 20-second news blip or an occasional headline on page 5 (or, more likely, page 25) about the latest revelations concerning the UN's gigantic oil-for-food scare, but nothing that comes close
to competing with Martha or Kobe--or the latest racy episode of CSI.
In fact, next to New York, there is no metropolitan area that comes close
to the amount of theater [in the Twin Cities], mid there is almost always something that has GLBT elements--certainly as much as some of the plays he showcased in his article.
"No other visualization solution comes close
to providing such a rich set of features that can be called 'true' digital design communication."
It's not quite Hillary Duff doing Metamorphosis, but Hawk's meat promo comes close
to the high art of Target's cheesy TV skate commercials.
"The only thing that comes close
is the case of the completely sedentary person who suddenly goes out and does vigorous exercise."
When it comes to big headed pop stars, nothing comes close
to chart-topping singer Robbie Williams.
Bejart has always preferred that his heroines be passionate, characters with an emphasis that at times comes close
McLaughlin's focus on diction, valuable as it is, is also the book's one limitation, as he comes close
to forgetting Quintilian's admonition, "Imitatio .
Here Scott comes close
to legitimating militia-like paranoia, suggesting, for instance, that ordinary municipal zoning regulations lie only a few steps up the slippery slope from "concentration camps built in wartime to create and maintain a legible, bounded, concentrated state space." In this mode Scott essentially argues that whenever a peasant and an outside expert disagree over what crops to plant or what farming methods to use, the peasant is bound to be right because he knows his field while all the expert knows is what some guys in white lab coats told him.