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- United States composer who promoted 20th century music (1896-1985)
How To Use Sessions In A Sentence
- In meetings Thursday with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari, the country's army chief and others, Gates called the antiterror operations a success so far, "and he acknowledged to all of them that we realize that has come with a great deal of sacrifice for the military," Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell said following the sessions. Stars and Stripes
- Then there were the curling sessions, saunas, card games and his hobby of star-gazing. The Sun
- Studies have shown that end users are already overloaded and are therefore not willing to participate in archival training sessions.
- Inevitably, though, with 14 fewer rooms to spread out in, the Pages had to part with several cherished possessions.
- They can sometimes recognize that their obsessions and compulsions are unrealistic.
- A day later, the state of Georgia executed Troy Davis, a black man accused of killing a white police officer more than 20 years ago, despite what GOP Rep. Bob Barr called the conviction's reliance on "the skimpiest of evidence," and, in the words of former FBI director William Sessions, "pervasive, persistent doubts" about Davis' guilt. Arianna Huffington: Sunday Roundup
- After the main presentations, an hour will be devoted to breakout sessions in which executive development hurdles and needs would be explored.
- My grandfather had among his possessions a portrait by Matisse.
- Into this battered relic, she put her own meager possessions. HOUR OF THE HUNTER
- This evening of games on the beach includes water-sport taster sessions, rock-pooling, bird walks, star-gazing and a barbecue at sunset. Times, Sunday Times