of the moment

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There's never a dull moment when man of the moment Mario Balotelli is on the pitch and if he plays, let's hope he doesn't get caught up in the heat of the moment.
They wanted to use the concept of the moment as a vehicle to accomplish this.
For in the richness of the moment, both conditions are true.
As teachers more aware of the moment, during lessons we can take more time to connect with the student rather than hurrying to a technical assignment or squeezing in yet several more points of instruction.
And then think of the moment you heard London was to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
Consider the Mass as meal: bread and wine, stories and prayers, comment and counsel, songs and silences, meditation and murmuring, arrivals and departures, children and elders, sitting and standing--and the guest of honor arriving suddenly in the midst of us in the middle of the meal, there in the bread and the wine, the miracle of the moment.