The acoustic set included a spirited new take on first single “Run,” and wondrously emotive re-rubs of ballads “Too Many Reasons” and “Falling”—proving Jacob's stance as a diva with all the savvy of Jennifer Hudson—along with scintillating new arrangements of album cuts “Lost and Found,” “Kryptonite” and “Look What You've Done.” She also delivered a velvet-lined, sirenic
version of Chaka Khan's “Through The Fire” and a lush, easy-flowing reading of Eva Cassidy's “I Can Only Be Me,” written by Steve Wonder.
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Erlang Training & Consulting Ltd, a provider of IT training and consultancy services, has announced that it has implemented a new mobile e-mail solution, MobilePA from Sirenic
, in order to improve its staff productivity and business performance.
, a mobile e-mail and data management company, has developed and launched a 'push' e-mail and data delivery service to complement existing 'pull' technology, and introduced a number of additional enhancements to its MobilePA solution.
For thousands of ordinary settlers shaped by the dominant rural values this was a sirenic
and not always well-informed attraction.
have revealed the results of a survey carried out, which suggests that almost half of the UK workforce depends upon the 'out of office' function to deliver an automated response to emails received in their absence.
Some 49% of the UK workforce depends on the 'out of office' function according to a survey conducted by Sirenic
, a provider of the MobilePA mobile e-mail service, and Pocket-lint.co.uk, a technology news and reviews website.
(4) This vampiric, sirenic
, proto-Goth seductress, this phallic woman, whose appearance is a visual metaphor for her attempt to usurp male prerogatives, needed a foil, and that foil was the mother.
Jerome in the Vulgate) and the medieval church use it in largely negative contexts: as otium could so often lead to vice, it was a sirenic
threat (Vickers 107-10).
It is useful to have print versions of good papers that one remembers from past conferences, such as Gammon's account of music as a sirenic
motif in British balladry, and Greenhill's analysis of the symbolic significance of women's travel in the Newfoundland corpus.
This was a fair reflection of the clientele we'd find at our hotel the sprawling Sirenic
Tropical and Cocotal Beach Resort.
The eight-year-old has finished second over this three miles and three furlongs on his last two starts - the latest when running Sirenic
to six lengths on Boxing Day - and can land that all-important first win.