My wish is that I could tell the world
to work hard and gain respect, but I can't
Wade Quattlebaum had a dream, and he wanted to tell the world
Through a new process, we can now tell the world
that crosslinked polyethylene can be recycled," says Elmer Good, the paper's author and president of Gyron Compounds in Mission Hills, Calif.
PESHAWAR, October 30, 2011 (Frontier Star): Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) Barrister Masood Kausar on Saturday urged the students of Peshawar University to rise to the occasion and tell the world
that Muslims are not the terrorists.
But Cascarino hit back: "If Roy is so honest he should tell the world
Don't tell the world
he's our only hope - tell the world
he has no hope of making it.
If someone wants to come out and tell the world
that he or she is gay, that's wonderful, but to try to label dead people is just a waste of time.
But operators here must decide what they want to tell the world
about northwestern Ontario tourism packages, she says.
While up in space, Allen also triggers an e-mail and video that tell the world
how to build these portable hyperdrives "on the cheap.
Russell urged participants to use the attention surrounding Canon Robinson's consecration to tell the world
of a church "where everybody is welcome.
A FORTNIGHT after interrupting his African trip to tell the world
Britain was in mourning for Princess Margaret, Tony Blair interrupts a tour of Scotland to tell the world
Britain was in ecstasy after a few women won something on ice.
But Cas hit back: "If Roy is so honest he should tell the world
He wants to tell the world
what a fantastic job Sam Allardyce is doing and how Big Sam is the ideal man to lead his country once Sven skips off after the World Cup.