I was very lucky, I was part of the post-war period when everything had to be redone.
What do you want to get done? In what order of importance? Over what period of time? What is the time available? What is the best strategy for application of time to projects for the most effective results?
Had we really succeeded therefore in altering the period of vibration, which Maxwell, as I have just noted, held to be impossible? Or was there some disturbing circumstances from one or more factors which distorted the result?
I had the afro when I was in high school. I had the flattop during a short period in the early '90s. And I've had different variations of dreadlocks. I'll admit to those!
The critical period in matrimony is breakfast-time.
We had a military and political leadership at that period which was genuinely deluded.
Innovation requires resources to invest, and you can see many companies pulling back and going into an intense protective mode in a major extended period of financial distress.
While it was a very interesting period in my life, I was happy to get back to more direct contact with students in the classroom and in my research projects.
I think one of the reasons I've done so much period work is because I feel so depressed by how society chooses to represent women in contemporary work.
I think any period in history can be adapted into interesting fiction, as long as you approach the actual history with respect.
Any of the rewards or accolades or any of that are very nice and everything but the music is what saves me. And it did. I would write my way out of any kind of depressing period.
I still the love classic period, but also the baroque period, and even 17th-Century music such as the music of Monteverdi. He's one of the greatest opera composers. He was the one who really started the opera.