Colin Doyle was just in front of McLeish, and they shared some banter, even if Doyle kept his eyes dead ahead
as if hoping no-one would notice such fraternising.
Even if you haven't seen it yourself, we've all at least heard stories of boats slowly circling or running dead ahead
at high speed, but with no operator at the helm.
The two of us stared dead ahead
like a pair of mannequins.
40pm two lookouts in the crow's nest reported an iceberg dead ahead
, to the west, are the brown roofs of Bishop's Cleeve, with behind them the smudge of Tewkesbury barely visible.
The toll in Homs included two civilians shot dead ahead
of the protest by security forces manning a checkpoint in Bab Al-Sibaa, the Britain-based watchdog said.
lies Little Christmas, as well as Groundhog, Valentine's, and St.
Cup boats charge upwind at tacking angles so sharp, the masthead fly often appears to point dead ahead
The guide stops dead and slowly points a long finger dead ahead
This requires just the right amount of rain, coupled with a wind blowing strongly from dead ahead
26, 2005, came seconds after he noticed an odd reflection on the tracks, about a quarter-mile dead ahead
As the elevator took off, Rumsfeld stared dead ahead
at the door, and then turned to look at my feet.
In contrast you could sense the quiet menacing focus of the Jambos players as they lined up like a row of nightclub bouncers, stony-faced and staring dead ahead
As the skipper of the water taxi down-shifted, I could see my destination like a welcoming beacon dead ahead
Then the Sky Scourge permitted another of his rare smiles to be visible as his hawklike vision spied a field with a well-lighted runway dead ahead