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Visitors and volunteers at the Caravan Gallery and Pride of Place Project IAN MCINTYRE
I can picture it taking pride of place in an office, car, or student's flat.
Because dance is a body-centered art, sex as a metaphor takes pride of place in much choreography, and so, with the reality of homosexuality taking its rightful place as yet another choice available to the human psyche, how performers touch will be more important than who does the touching.
The council pronounced that the chant "should be given pride of place in liturgical services.
PRIDE goes to Home & Bargain who PRIDE of place goes to Home & Bargain who PRIDE goes to Home & Bargain who PRIDE of place goes to Home & Bargain who progressed to the quarter-finals of the Carlsberg FA National Sunday Cup with a 4-0 victory over Birkenhead Sunday League outfit Queens Park.
Outside the improved centre, a large new 3D map detailing the scale of the fort and surrounding Whin Sill escarpment takes pride of place in the courtyard, and a glazed seating area provides a place to enjoy refreshments on a warm day.
A beautiful anniversary cake, baked by Joan Shaw, had pride of place together with congratulation certificates from NFWI and the Cleveland Federation.
It has pride of place on my bedroom dresser and goes well with the room's decor.
Andrew Baker's treble took pride of place as Merry Monk overcame Rugby Workers 6-4, but Jamie Thomas notched five as Workers Reserves demolished Sporting Legends 7-1 in Division Two.
WOLVES legend Steve Bull hoists the official Barclays Premier League flag which will now fly with pride of place over the stands at Molineux to signify the Black Country side are officially back in the top flight next season.
Pride of place inevitably goes to Harvey's outrageously over the top version of Tom Jones standard Delilah and the wonderfully titled No Lights On The Christmas Tree Mother, They're Burning Big Louie Tonight.
And the newly-restored artwork can once again take pride of place in St James' Church just in time for the festive season, thanks to hardworking students.