Some articles on approached:
... (T6007, 21W) 1963's Tropical Storm Rose (T6303, 10W, Bebeng) - approached the Philippines and struck Japan. 1965's Typhoon Rose (T6522, 27W, Unding) - approached the Philippines and struck China. 1974's Tropical Storm Rose (T7417, 21W, Oyang) - approached Ryūkyū Islands ...
... In the mid-1960s, Angelou approached the government of Kwame Nkrumah and suggested bringing a number of African-American artists to Ghana for the annual ... when the American father-son team of Ed Mosk and Tom Mosk approached the Ghana Arts Council in 1970 with an idea for a concert, the Council agreed ... In addition, Fela Kuti was approached, but did not perform ...
... When approached from below their level, they attempt to climb up the slopes on foot and when approached from above the dive down the valleys on open wings ... If caught unaware in the nest, the hen bird will not leave the nest until approached very close ...
... The producers approached the U.N ... this would have substantially increased costs, and so Sydney Pollack approached then-Secretary-General Kofi Annan directly, and personally negotiated permission to film inside the United Nations ... that the producers and the directors approached their work, and I hope you will all agree they have done that." ...
... In 1857, Chief Lean Bear approached William Bent with concern about attacks on his people by Sumners troops along the Republican River ... They were unarmed, and Lean Bear approached the militia alone to show his peaceful intentions ... militia, under the command of Lieutenant George Eayre, approached their village ...
Famous quotes containing the word approached:
“It is characteristic of all deep human problems that they are not to be approached without some humor and some bewilderment.”
—Freeman Dyson (b. 1923)
“One of the baseball-team owners approached me and said: If you become baseball commissioner, youre going to have to deal with 28 big egos, and I said, For me, thats a 72% reduction.”
—George Mitchell (b. 1933)
“She fair, divinely fair, fit love for Gods,
Not terrible, though terror be in love,
And beauty, not approached by stronger hate,
Hate stronger under show of love well feigned
The way which to her ruin now I tend.”
—John Milton (16081674)