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Jenny From The Block, Hot In Here, Complicated and With Arms Wide Open didn't come close.
concrete runways will always do the trick; will always be in place where our forces need them; and will always be in a country that, with arms wide open, will let us in.
Employers should be there with arms wide open, although only if they're worth it.
He acquired a Diploma in Fine Arts from The Spanish Cultural Centre in Amman and is a member of the Jordanian Plastic Artists' Association.In another painting where a scratched up background of blue and white we see a female wire shape with arms wide open bending one of her legs in a dancing motion.
We are all taking technology into our homes with arms wide open.
The Technologist in Residence program was the brainchild of the district's Educational Technologist Gini Browsh, who says that O'Loughlin's background "carried over beautifully in this technology arena." Add O'Loughlin's accepting, approachable personality to the mix, and teachers at all technology skill levels welcome their guest with arms wide open.
"With Arms Wide Open" -- Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti, songwriters (Creed) (track from "Human Clay") (Wind-Up)
Another American band anxious to make their mark over here are Creed, whose US No.1 With Arms Wide Open was released this week.
A: I have learned that if you provide people with an opportunity to participate in collaborative management, they will come to the table with arms wide open. Now, this doesn't mean that they won't disagree on issues, but this means that they will take the first step and begin the dialogue.
Bakhtawar can be seen in the video, taking the thrilling XLine ride as she zips at 170 meters in the air, with arms wide open.
'Christ the Redeemer' in Brazil With arms wide open, 'Christ the Redeemer' stands in the heart of Rio de Janeiro, where it was constructed between 1922 and 1932 by French sculptor Paul Landowski and designed by Brazilian engineer Heitor da Silva Costa.
Unlike the American officials who are almost always greeted with mass protests, eggs and tomatoes wherever they visit, the Iranian officials have always been welcomed by the people of Africa with arms wide open, the latest episode of which took place in Addis Ababa.