We must learn to adapt the beauty of the past to the needs of the present.
You will kindly take this photograph—and I do not wish any building as Cameron might have designed it, I wish the scheme of this adapted to our site—and you will follow my instructions as to the Classic treatment of the facade.
A juke box played Wagner’s "Song to the Evening Star," adapted, in swing time.
Neil spoke petulantly about the state of the world, about crying over spilt milk, change as a law of existence, adaptability, and the importance of getting in on the ground floor.
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