SO Councillor Kevin Maton thinks that 'it is important to acknowledge the vibrancy
and vitality that students bring to Coventry'.
If you drive around this community you would see where the richness and vibrancy
used to be and I believe that PHA can play a role in helping to restore that vibrancy
Addressing a mammoth gathering after unfurling the tri-colour on the occasion of 64th Republic Day at Indira Gandhi Park here, Singh highlighted the great cultural vibrancy
of the state, which has been complimented with economic vibrancy
edu) has published The Impact of Center City Economic and Cultural Vibrancy
on Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation, a peer-reviewed research report.
Primeau's works, inspired by the vibrancy
of the region, recognised by embassy and Abu Dhabi Art
Ms Oldham said: "South Wales deserves a station that reflects its vibrancy
, its sense of identity and its importance as a key contributor to the Welsh economy.
but the point is, it all adds so much more to the town in terms of vibrancy
and excitement that you can't achieve in any other way.
That there needs to be a vibrancy
to the city centre, and perhaps in our squares, I would not disagree, but I do not consider that this is the best way to achieve it.
Troupe draws his inspiration from such diverse elements as art, music, literature, politics, and even sports in verse that is free from cliched rhetoric and staid constructions, infusing his images with energy, vibrancy
, and lyrical phrasing.
Plus the partners were attracted by the building's amazing views, the vibrancy
of the Times Square location and the space's generously-sized conference rooms.
But this time, such was the vibrancy
of the orchestra that the violin solo came almost as a surprise -- as if, oh, yes, this is a concerto, isn't it?
A fun, vigorous text filled with insights and activities for students, Croze's work remains faithful to African vibrancy