Children are the anchors of a mother's life.
For nearly a quarter of a century three men in this country were anchors in more ways than one. At a time so many things in our country were changing, they were solid.
[The Big Three anchors] used their extraordinary power to fight for serious and important stories, ... And in a business that has tended toward the trivial or tabloid, there's a risk that if the next generation of anchors doesn't have the clout, that it'll be up to a combination of them and their producers to lobby corporate higher-ups for reporting of serious journalism.
If a piece of furniture is top-heavy or unstable, fasten it to a wall using angle braces or anchors. Keep heavier items on lower shelves or in lower drawers.
We need to have anchors on every line on the field, from forward to back to goal; players that have the fitness and skills to help the team build play and have the mental and physical strength to ride through a game's tough moments. Coming away from the spring, we were pleased with the number of anchors that emerged.
She anchors our defense and our offense. She runs the show. We've held it down while she's gone, but that would be a huge boost.
Nobody talked about women as successors [to male anchors] for ages. To have a solo female anchor of the evening news is a milestone, there's no question about it. ... It's crazy at this time in our history, but there it is.
It's difficult because it's steep and rocky and there's not good anchors.
We should do something called 'Dancing With the Anchors' ... get dance coaches to work with us ... wouldn't that be hilarious?
It anchors a whole piece of floating Maya history into the ground.
Plastic keychain anchors like these can break too easily. It's better to use either heavy straps or metal L brackets.
The interns recommended a new, Survivor format for news anchors. Every week viewers can vote to banish a news reporter off to 60 Minutes, 48 hours, or some other pseudo-news program. The one who's left will be our new anchor.
For hours, starting just before midnight, newspaper reporters and anchors ... interviewed euphoric loved ones and helped spread the news about the miracle rescue.
The impact would not be as profound as many people think. I'm not sure the personality of evening anchors are that significant anymore.
What's vital in the morning is chemistry between anchors.
Blake really anchors our defense. On multiple occasions he's saved my butt. A big reason why teams have a hard time scoring on us is because they don't get a lot of points in the paint. That's Blake's doing.
Ever since the department stores got into trouble, the new anchors now are the big boxes, and the new way of building is to have big boxes that generate 10 to 20 million people a year.
We're capitalizing on the position of strength we've built, ... By aligning our business across our three anchors...we will be in a strong position to exploit our multiple sales channels and get even closer to the customer.
Talent acquisition, transformation and management are critical anchors for the growth of the industry.
Tommy Hilfiger came in and created 300 shops. Now every one of the department store anchors has a Tommy shop and a Liz shop, ... It gave vendors more control, and it also was a real estate grab. There was no real defined reason to go to Marshall Field's because it has X, X and X that Carson's doesn't have.
It doesn't look good. If the cell just anchors there, we might see something like last week.
Children are the anchors that hold a mother to life.
Language also encodes our past. We want to know who we are. To know who we are, we have to know who we used to be. Consequently, our literature, written in the past, anchors us in that past.
TV journalism is a much more collaborative, horizontal business than print reporting. It has to be, because of the logistics. Anchors are wholly dependent on producers to do all the hustling.