- Word from the Front. Fenton, Elyse // Natural Bridge;Spring2007, Issue 17, p77
Presents the poem "Word from the Front," by Elyse Fenton. First Line: His voice over the wind-strafed line; Last Line: terrifyingly in sightâ€”
- Aurora. Spireng, Matthew J. // Paterson Literary Review;2008, Issue 36, p81
Presents the poem "Aurora," by Matthew J. Spireng. First Line: Firelight from the glass-front woodstove downstairs; Last Line: humble rooms or the whole Earth I and my kind call home.
- Vietnam: A View From the Front Lines. Guttman, Jon // Vietnam;Aug2013, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p61
The article reviews the book "Vietnam: A View From the Front Lines" by Andrew Wiest.
- I'm on the eyeful tower! Daredevil scales heights for ultimate selfie. David Wilkes // Daily Mail;12/1/2016, p3
WHEN you get your highs by scaling tall structures without any equipment, the Eiffel Tower is hard to top. Just ask James Kingston, seen here enjoying the spectacular view - and somehow ignoring the terrifying drop - in a breathtaking photo he took of himself on part of its iron lattice work...
- Humble offers eco-friendly beauty range. // Grocer;10/27/2012, p28
The article previews the Humble line of ecofriendly bath and beauty line of products from celebrity Kate Humble, including foaming bath, shower gel and body lotion.
- IRELAND'S BADLANDS. DEBBIE McCANN // Mail on Sunday;10/18/2015, p20
IT'S A 100-MILE stretch of some of the most breathtaking scenery in Ireland. The border rolls through green hills and majestic mountains until it touches the Atlantic, where the coastal views are among the best in the world. It sweeps through the lake district, through sleepy, quaint towns and...
- HOMES Breathtaking views in the [...]. // Mail on Sunday;11/8/2015, p72
HOMES Breathtaking views in the Garden of Ireland Page 91
- Katharine Lee Bates. Stone, Lynn M. // America's Landscape;2003, p7
The article provides information on Katharine Lee Bates. She was impressed by the landscape view on Pikes Peak in Colorado. The view from Colorado's Rocky Mountain peaks is breathtaking.
- ... and Harry could return to front line this year. // Mail on Sunday;5/20/2012, p24
PRINCE HARRY may return to the front line in Afghanistan before the end of the year. General Sir David Richards, Chief of the Defence Staff, said yesterday said the Prince is 'likely' to resume operational duties, raising the prospect he will soon be flying Apache helicopters in Helmand.
- DEATH AT THEIR FINGERTIPS. DAMIEN LEWIS // Daily Mail;2/ 1/2013, p38
WITH his televised account of his life as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan, Prince Harry has run into flak for a supposedly cavalier attitude to his front-line job. But do the flyers of the Army Air Corps ever kill enemy fighters without careful consideration? As this extract from a...