The SUV looped through the parking and onto Beach 90th Street at VIP speed and disappeared up Beach 90th Street.
That news, following upheaval at Jil Sander in Milan, turned the focus away from the clothes and onto the boardroom.
The Viacom and CBS billionaire forced an unskilled young "friend" onto his company and gave her a large stock package.
His biggest coup was getting Ryan Seacrest onto American Idol.
A governor who vetoed Republican bills byburning the word “VETO” onto them using a branding iron.
"You watch him, while I tie his hands," answered Nat, and then Dave was forced back and onto the bed.
He tossed them onto the table, and Hal Dozier rolled his smoke in silence.
"Make it up on that and get better at the store to-morrow to copy it onto," returned his sister.
I can mention his name now without Ketury's landin' onto me like a snowslide.
“Drive in onto the barn floor, and come in and warm yourselves,” said Mrs. Whiting.
onto- or ont-
Organism; being: ontogeny.