THorse-drawn carts bump along
the cobblestones directed by a policeman in full uniform.
uk BABY ON |BOARD: Bump along
nicely on the beach in this striped one-piece, PS25, Next, next.
It said: "The recovery continues to bump along
with little momentum gathered on a quarterly basis and there has been negligible overall improvement since 2009.
Clearly things will continue to bump along
the floor unless the UK Government does inject a significant amount of money into the economy.
com/VanessaLachey) tweeted a photo of the latest fashion craze known as the baby bump along
with the caption, "My Happiness.
UK growth will at best bump along
at these low levels for years," said Chris Scicluna, deputy head of economic research at Daiwa Capital Markets Europe in London.
Still, Shipside warned that a robust recovery is far from imminent: "With only seven [major] lenders remaining in the lending game, including three government-backed institutions that are prioritizing their balance sheets over new lending, we are set to bump along
the bottom for some time yet.
I believe it will bump along
for a while before gradually improving," he will tell an audience of about 250 property professionals.
I strongly suspect that Matrix owners, after a year or two of wistfully watching Malibu/Mirages climb above them into on-top blue skies while they bump along
in the clouds sucking on the oxygen tube, may come to rue the day they rejected pressurization.
I look at this as a speed bump along
the way," said Wilder, who expects a better 2005-06 fiscal year outlook.
as we bump along
the pitted street where construction
The old cowboys called this Dead Horse Slough," Dow says, pointing out the largest body of water, as we bump along
in his Ram Charger.
You bump along
desert roads to gold mines hand-dug in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Now, of course, we are back to winter with a bump along
with heavy snow, ice and blizzard conditions.