As Nijinsky wrestled with the complexity of this score which was taking dance into unknown territory he was not afraid to push the boundaries of ballet as he sought to respond to the savage sounds of the orchestra.
the government was prepared to give up the nuclear weapons on its territory
Now this was unknown territory for our modest music scene.
Lewis, who was a solitary and sensational force in the middle of the former system, now must share the inside territory with another linebacker.
The hikers start in tropical rainforest territory and travel through moorlands, alpine meadows and glaciers on the summit.
In general, it was assumed in the early development of international law that control of natural resources depended on the acquisition of sovereignty over land territory and territorial seas.
The ownership of land within a territory in the exclusive occupation of a people must be vested in that people: land is susceptible of ownership, and there are no other owners.
There is also a need to have scouts in the outstations whose duty is to witness the games of schools and clubs in his allocated territory .
The young leave the nest at about 16 days but stay on the breeding territory for another 3-4 weeks before heading off on their own.
We have huge demand in the short-term but after that it is unknown territory .