YYZToronto, Ontario, Canada - Pearson International Airport (Airport Code)
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"For the first time ever at YYZ, we [did] a runway restoration programme using an overnight closure methodology," Ms Moncour noted.
Reprinted in Philip Monk, Struggles with the Image: Essays in Art Criticism (Toronto: YYZ Books, 1988), 131-82.
The latter was the only real indulgence of a tight show which resumed after an interval to romp through the bulk of last year's critically-acclaimed Clockwork Angels album before wrapping up with a series of bona fide Rush standards including Red Sector A, YYZ - giving singer/bassist Geddy Lee a rare opportunity to cut loose from his keyboard shackles to bound around the stage - Spirit Of Radio, Tom Sawyer and an abridged 2112.
From To Departure / Arrival Days of operation CX828 HKG YYZ 1045/1345 Wed, Fri, Sun CX825 YYZ HKG 1530/1900 +1 Wed, Fri, Sun Los Angeles - Three additional flights per week from 31 March 2013 Flight no.
Emirates' DFW and SEA services join existing operations from New York (JFK), Houston (IAH), Los Angeles (LAX) and San Francisco (SFO), as well as Toronto (YYZ) in Canada, further strengthening trade ties between North America, the UAE and points throughout Emirates' network of 121 destinations, which will be bolstered in coming months with a further three routes - Seattle (1st March), Ho Chi Minh City (4th June), Barcelona (3rd July) and Lisbon (9th July).
This year also sees the 30th anniversary of the release of Moving Pictures, one of their most successful and best-loved albums, featuring hit singles Tom Sawyer and Limelight - and live favourites YYZ and Red Barchetta.
The new Toronto service marks the first international destination served by the airline, and the service was launched with a flight from San Francisco International Airport (SFO), US, to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) on June 23, 2010.
Which is hardly fair to the group that gave us the "mean, mean stride" of "Tom Sawyer," the epic Canada-as-Hades allegory of "By-Tor and the Snow Dog" and invaluable help remembering the Toronto airport code ("YYZ").
Two collections of Randolph's writings illustrate her commitment to unravelling binary systems: Psychoanalysis and Synchronized Swimming (1991) and Symbolization and its Discontents (1997), both published by the Toronto-based artists' collective YYZ Books.
But a text of greater interest to feminists and artists is undoubtedly Technologies of Intuition, a Canadian anthology co-published by YYZ Books and Mentoring Artists for Women's Art (2006).