- Vacant Lots. Walker, John // 21st Century;Sep93, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p21
The article presents the poem "Vacant Lots," by John Walker. First Line: I walked; Last Line: vacant lots.
- Indie agent Peter Ruck cruises into new waters. MERRICK, HOLLIE-RAE // Travel Weekly (UK);9/5/2013, Issue 2184, p10
The article reports that independent agent Peter Ruck launched Fred Olsen Travel's GoCruise franchise after quitting his role as general manager of Baldwins Travel. It is noted that Ruck has seen a lot of changes in the industry over the years. According to Ruck, an encouraging number of people...
- Lot's Wife. Moldaw, Carol // Judaism;Summer87, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p376
Presents the poem 'Lot's Wife.'
- Lot's Wife. Freedman, Florence B. // Judaism;Spring88, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p159
Presents a poem 'Lot's Wife.'
- UNDERSTOOD. // With the Colors: Songs of the American Service;1/1/1917, p40
The poem "Understood" is presented. First Line: Out of the ruck and the roar of life ; Last Line: But I fear he didn't--until he was dead!
- Lot's Wife (Poem). Miller, William // Anglican Theological Review;Summer2003, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p523
Presents the poem 'LotÂ´s Wife.'
- The Empty Lot (Poem). Katz, Bobbi // Instructor-Primary;Aug97, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p49
Presents the poem 'The Empty Lot.'
- Admiral of the Parking Lot. Greger, Debora // Salmagundi;Winter/Spring99, Issue 121/122, p167
Presents the poem `Admiral of the Parking Lot.'
- English History. Whitworth, John // Quadrant Magazine;Nov2012, Vol. 56 Issue 11, p35
The poem "English History" by John Whitworth is presented. First Line: Nelson, Gladstone, Moriarty, Last Line: Such a lot of lovely names.