The counter movement reaches the starting point
of the first movement in the west- Paris- and subsides.
There is a certain mountain which serves as a landmark and a guide for a starting point
They were just reaching the dammed-up stream on their way to the starting point
We must take, then, for our starting point
, this velocity of 800 yards.
I don't ask you to reveal it, but I will suppose a case--a case which you will answer as a starting point
for the real thing I am going to come at, and that's all I want.
Nevertheless this version has served as the starting point
for almost all those that have come after it in English, as even a hasty reader of this one must be conscious; and no reader can fail to admire in it the sturdy Saxon vigor which has helped to make our own version one of the great masterpieces of English literature.
She floated at the starting point
of a long journey, very still in an immense stillness, the shadows of her spars flung far to the eastward by the setting sun.
The defence took issue with this, arguing it could fall into "Category 2" with a starting point
of six years and a sentence of up to nine years.
The schedule: * Starting point
of the Marathon, Beirut towards Jbeil * Batroun - Tripoli * Benshai - the Cedars * The Cedars - Al Yammoune * Blbeck - Zahle * Beiteddine - Jezzine * Jezzine - Nabatiye * Nabatiye - Bint Jbeil * Bint Jbeil - Tyre * Tyre - Saida * Saida - Beirut For more information, please call Mr.
The captain added it is important to realise that we looked the giants in the eye and were able to come away with some success and that's a really good starting point
to be able to work from.
One of such starting points
is to increase the tax burden on anyone richer than them.
An important question for policymakers is where to locate the starting point
to achieve the strongest incentives for cost containment.