Hopefully, things will pan out.
Fifty years from now, people will look back upon a Pan American Clipper flight of today as the most romantic voyage of history.
I won't forget when Peter Pan came to my house, took my hand I said I was a boy, I'm glad he didn't check.
This is not a flash in the pan problem. At some point, we should arrive at true interoperability, but I don't see that happening in the short term.
I think he's Peter Pan. It's like he's barely touching the ice ... Jeff has this light, effortless kind of spring and agility that is just incredible.
I have always been fascinated by the musical talent, the calypso, the carnival and the sweet sound of pan, ... Trinidad was the best place to host the world premier and to display the vast local talent.
Matt made a comment, correcting me: 'No Dick,' he said, 'you're going from the fire to the frying pan.'.
The gold pan shows the lengths some chefs will go to to make a dish taste even better.
When we view it in a broader context, against the backdrop of the future development of the Pan-PRD and our country, we will find that the scope and potential for cooperation are far wider than we imagined, that the people of Hong Kong can make an even bigger contribution to our country and that we can generate even greater prosperity.
I've already seen the effect the film has on young people, especially girls. We were at the Pan-American Film Festival in Los Angeles, and one girl told me, 'This movie makes me feel like I can do anything I want.' It shows that even if you don't have the resources, you can use your own will to change things.
Every Sunday we have pan-fried chicken and we will have an alternative meal, roast beef, roast pork, baked ham, something like that, keeping in tradition with our family.
It only took one pound in the Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie to bring down that plane, ... We can't run the risk of not screening every piece of cargo.
Even if he decides to run, pan-blue voters may think of him as veteran who is refusing to give the next generation a chance, and there is a chance that he could lose.
We use the rose geranium for cooking. For example, coat the bottom of a pound cake pan with vegetable spray then a little sugar, spread the rose geranium leaves in the bottom of the pan then pour the batter over them, then bake the cake. Some people even tear up the leaves and put them in the cake.
Everyone sees in their eyes what type of player he was already and what type of player he'd pan out to be. They need to have a base and get him a great coach to help him out with that. Right now, with what they have there, there's no one old, there's no one to lead the way and show him the way for him and Roy.
First-time users of video cameras tend to want to use the zoom [or] pan or tilt the camera and change the type of shot in the middle of an interview or while an action is taking place, forgetting to hold the shot long enough for it to be useful in the edit. At Witness, we are in the business of making technical challenges an art.
One suggestion that did not pan out was the Forest Service's love affair with Slash Pine. We planted 20 acres. From what they tell me, we ended up with the best stand that they had ever seen.
Kwanzaa is a pan-African celebration of heritage and culture and family and community. The principles and the manner of observing the holiday lift up traditional values that are key to our lives.
He would bring his electric fry pan to school and make pancakes and sausage for his first-period class at least once a year.
I sat at his knee while 'Doc' played early New Orleans jazz and blues, Tin Pan Alley songs, and vaudevillian novelty numbers.
He's basically a very optimistic, joyful type of guy who really wants to enjoy life, ... Peter Pan character.
Out of the frying pan into the fire. John Heywood The Proverbs of John Heywood (1546).
She's certainly not a flash in the pan. She was highly recruited out of high school and went on to have a fantastic career at Kansas State, where she was a 12-time All-American.
African nationalism is meaningless, dangerous, anachronistic, if it is not, at the same time, pan-Africanism.
Forty years ago, he was Slightly in Peter Pan, and you might say that he has been wholly in Peter Pan ever since.