Once, at the very last moment, when escape seemed impossible, the hunter's finger tightened ever so little upon the trigger, but almost coincidentally
the girl leaped for an over hanging branch and seized it.
For example, it isn't purely coincidentally
that you are here now, when one comes to reflect.
with my first apprehension of the noise, my hand shot out across the boat's side, and a second later I felt my fingers gripping the gunwale of another craft.
LAST week Simon Cowell and Mezhgan Hussainy (who, coincidentally
, were recently the subject of break-up rumours) stole a private moment (on a balcony at London's ExCel centre) away from prying eyes (as long as no one looked up).
or not, the engineering-resins giant also laid off 20 employees at its corporate headquarters in Pittsfield, Mass.
, Pierce's last win came against Santa Barbara on the road, a 28-12 victory on Nov.
On the San Francisco Embarcadero ledge-seating in Rincon Park is adorned with bronze starfish and sea turtles designed by artist Ronnie Frostad that, not coincidentally
, serve as skating obstacles.
Her half-sister, coincidentally
the daughter of the devil, is suddenly exhibiting violent angst, and Sinclair, the love of her life, is jealous of a college student writing her biography.
, the first medical tenant, Stamford Ophthalmology, LLC, just executed an 8,911 s/f lease in the building; just prior to closing.
95), Russell goes back to 1964, and little-noticed plans to build a Hudson River hydroelectric plant, which just coincidentally
, would have decimated a huge striped bass hatchery.
, Souto de Moura's Braga Stadium (AR July 2004) was on the final shortlist of two for the Mies van der Rohe Award for Contemporary Architecture, made by the European Union.
Agence France Presse reports that San Nicola's Father Giuseppe Franco was transferred to another parish in a nearby town where, coincidentally
, the residents are also battling to bring back their former priest.