are more likely to be male, less educated, have moderate income and savings levels, and are most likely to be working full-time.
Keyed Entry (Prado), 40-1: Another Pletcher product, the Wood show horse has impressed the clock-watchers
but not the students of stamina.
Mr Foster assured concerned clock-watchers
the time would be correct next year.
We're not saying that we should turn into a nation of clock-watchers
Regional secretary Roger McKenzie said: "We're not saying that we should turn into a nation of clock-watchers
But residents of Herefordshire appear to be clock-watchers
who leave the office as soon as they can.
Such children become clock-watchers
, lying in bed and growing increasingly frustrated as time passes and they are unable to sleep.
Another common complaint about cost-plus contracts is that they turn homeowners into clock-watchers
71% CONSIDER THEMSELVES "disengaged" clock-watchers
Southport-born TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: ``We'renot calling on Britain to turn into a nation of clock-watchers
,but too many of Britain's bosses who depend on the unpaid overtime of their staff take it for granted and never show their appreciation.
Again, the Elmaamul colt impressed clock-watchers
when winning his private trial in Dubai earlier this month.
Even worse is his choice for the law's enforcement agency: the lumbering clock-watchers
at the Federal Trade Commission.
It's often said journalism is a young person's game; it's also not a game for clock-watchers
Furthermore, the clock-watchers
suggest she has at least two runs that compare favourably with the best Kiyoshi or Tapestry have shown.
Beneath its cosy pipe and slippers exterior there beat a very dark heart indeed, with Reggie becoming an icon for the disaffected, the put upon, the clock-watchers
and the daydreamers.