We are free and clear of any debt, this is money the park district borrowed from one
fund to another and it would like to pay itself back for future projects.
Wearing only a wig borrowed from one
of the figures and a pair of socks, her protest at Bluewater shopping centre in Kent lasted about 15 minutes before she was led away.
She displayed all for 15 minutes, naked except for a blonde wig borrowed from one
of the figures - and a pair of blue socks.
The name Kiloran was borrowed from one
of Colonsay's bays, Kiloran Bay.
It has issued a challenge to the ordinary person, to give a copy of How to Read a Poem: Based on the Billy Collins Poem “Introduction to Poetry” to a local English teacher—with the goal of changing what many teachers and students experience as the “grim art of poetry teaching” (a phrase they borrowed from one
of their student interns) to the “delightful art of poetry teaching.
The title is borrowed from one
of Johnson's songs and features many more of them.
They developed through the centuries before being written down and borrowed from one
The phrase authorstrator is borrowed from one
of her MA students from when Helen lived in London.
Plat will already be familiar to some readers because of his prominent role in Deborah Harkness 'The Jewel House: Elizabethan London and the Scientific Revolution (2007), the title of which is actually borrowed from one
of Plat's best-known works, The Jewell House of Art and Nature (1594).
Financial institutions, particularly in America, borrowed from one
another to fund loans on sub-standard properties to people with poor credit ratings.
Director Roman Polanski crops up as a French cop and in a scene borrowed from one
of the Bob Hope Bing Crosby Road To.
Lakers coach Phil Jackson borrowed from one
of his players in describing the string of recent losses as ``haunting'' the team.
This is usually because it has been borrowed from one
or more pictures by the likes of Friedrich, Claude Lorrain, or Frederic Church.
It is understood the car had been borrowed from one
of the teenagers' parents.
Labour yesterday borrowed from one
of Margaret Thatcher's old slogans in a bid to deal a blow to her successor Michael Howard in the run-up to June's round of European and local elections.