As the silver and gold market catch wind of
this, alongside increased global manufacturing and investor support; it could send prices soaring
Instead of crossing his fingers hoping the press wouldn't catch wind of
the bad news, which some district spokespeople might have done, the district's press secretary immediately publicized an investigation into alleged cheating on the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills test in February.
The pace of change is not likely to slow down, and metals recyclers and the leading edge of the market they represent are likely to be the first to catch wind of
the next major changes in global economic trends.
The kids at the film company catch wind of
If the folks in Tennessee catch wind of
this, the U.
But that was before Saugus started an amazing run through summer tournaments, and teams began to catch wind of
the Centurions' tall and quick lineup.
Then again, with eBay nervous about outages and possible legal action if customers catch wind of
its negligence - apparently eBay is using an older version of Oracle and hasn't applied patches to Solaris that would have avoided many of its problems, and it supposedly hadn't gotten a hot standby Starfire server up and running yet - the deep throat at eBay might have been just covering his ass.
Sometimes hosts of such gatherings contact the fire marshal's office and sometimes inspectors catch wind of
planned events and prohibit them, he said, but the nature of the mobile clubs makes them difficult to monitor.