she is genuinely worried about this fate and attentively follows the
Would it be cheaper through a plot line to have something fall out the sky fictionally
and wipe out the EastEnders set, and rebuild it as new?" The plot he referred to was the 1993 Christmas storyline of a plane crashing into the village, which gave Emmerdale viewing figures of 18 million.
For readers interested in how emerging technologies are realized, this book provides a rich portrayal of nanotechnology's potential being apprehended and embodied virtually, fictionally
, and actually through play.
Decades later -- fictionally
- the Geordie schemers of BBC's Auf Wiedersehen, Pet would go one better andrelocate the Tees Transporter Bridgeto Arizona!
Other fine writers also contributed: Butch Dalisay with the hero on a world poker tour, Jose Lacaba with an excerpt from a film script and ruminations on the alleged gayness of the subject long before the word changed meaning, Erwin Castillo on gunmanship and Rizal's affair with the Smith and Wesson, and the aforementioned Sanchez in a letter to Sawi (Aquino), saying: "I remember, many years back, Erwin and I chatting about what aspect of JR we might want to render fictionally
The book can be described as 'faction,' as it has enabled her combine her love for history and fiction, by fictionally
re-creating the life of the late premier of Northern Nigeria, Sir Ahmadu Bello, using researched materials.
k) eligibility requirements and the documents to be submitted for the examination of suitability: the completed offer letter, the signed self-declaration on the absence of grounds for exclusion within the meaning of 6 (5) vol / a a fictionally
completed form (print message, radio, tv) of how engagement global will receive the daily digital proof of media monitoring in accordance with the criteria specified in the terms of reference (paragraph 2 benefits, 1).
Why aren't we as men allowed to celebrate that, fictionally
Geoff Berner's The Fiddler is a Good Woman pieces together the fictionally
fragmented life of a Canadian rock violinist named DD, known for her many moods and talents, now seemingly gone without a trace.
These four visits, fictionally
reimagined, of course, but also "pretty closely autobiographical," are one of three beautifully braided narratives in Refuge, a revelatory novel about the lives of uprooted people.
British photographer Richard Allenby-Pratt has created images depicting a fictionally
eerie, abandoned Dubai in which the skyscrapers and resorts are empty.
Based on their recommendations, NATO forces fictionally
"sank" a Norlandia refueling ship during the exercise, choosing a time and area with near-ideal conditions to mitigate environmental damage.