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What happens next: "In the past, treatment has been about inhalers and drugs, but now it's more about dealing with triggers from a psychological viewpoint.
What happens next? "Dealing with triggers from a psychological viewpoint will ease physical reactions like erratic breathing," said GP Dr Noel Baxter.
Fans are looking forward to seeing what happens next to the complicated family of Snow White (Ginnifer Morrison) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas), their daughter Emma Swan and newborn son Prince Neal.
He said his family would play a major part in his decision about "what happens next", saying: "The kids and Ruth (his partner) would like to see more of me.
and her cohorts and the quirky characters they deal with will hold the reader's attention throughout, eagerly turning pages to read what happens next. Absolutely one of the most entertaining books written, one everyone should read, if only for the health benefit derived from having a good laugh.
Views from the public are being invited about what happens next on Redcar's seafront after the removal of the controversial rumble strips.
For a story ballet to hit home, you need two things: a good plot and a lead couple who can make you care about what happens next. American Ballet Theatre's Coppelia, with Irina Dvorovenko as Swanilda and Maxim Beloserkovsy as Franz, performed during their spring season at the Metropolitan Opera House, fills the bill.
The suspense that Hardrick captures will always leave you waiting to see what happens next, but the truth is, you'll never guess.
Largely underscoring Hudson-Wilson's predictions are demographic analyses, "If you follow the bodies, you'll know what happens next."
The story, as Forster defines it, "can only have one merit: that of making the audience want to know what happens next." I must admit that for many years I was firmly convinced that, without qualification, students should not be told any part of the story in advance, for, like Forster, I believed that the suspense of what will happen next was the major force behind the student's desire to continue reading the story.
Then everything goes Technicolor, and I think you can imagine what happens next.
When there's a lull in the convo, smile and say, "Hi, I'm Emily." Then, jump into the conversation, throwing in comments like, "Wow, that's amazing!" and "What happens next?"
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