He has such incredible dramatic direction," Nabawy says of Fair Game
director Doug Liman.
Adequate direction is something she said she lacked on Fair Game
They said in today's job market anyone is fair game
A quarterback is fair game
for a sack even if a defensive player has his arms around him--reversing a touch-football-style rule in what McMahon calls the "pantywaist" NFL.
Any significant event that happened in your command during a calendar year is fair game
Thus Showalter unconsciously viewed it as another irritating program - a silly fiction - whose participants were fair game
for a dismissive review.
Anyone coming out of contract at the end of the current campaign is fair game
and can negotiate with a rival club if he wishes.
However, there are those who think it is fair game
to take advantage of the country's handouts by cheating the benefits system.
12A, 107 mins The Resident 15, 91 mins The Company Men 15, 104 mins IT'S seven years since former UN weapons inspector Dr David Kelly died after a high-profile appearance before the Foreign Affairs Select Committee to answer questions about the so-called "dodgy dossier" of evidence about weapons of mass destruction.
(12A, 107 mins) 7/10 IN July 2003, former UN weapons inspector Dr David Kelly died after a high-profile appearance before the Foreign Affairs Select Committee to answer questions about the so-called "dodgy dossier" of evidence about weapons of mass destruction.
Disabled parking spots seem to be fair game
also while disabled people also use parent and child spots along with adults with over 14 year olds
A downside of being in the public eye is that even if you're wearing a patient ID and you're in a hospital department having tests you're still fair game
," she wrote in a magazine column.
While outright campaigning for or against politicians would be an obvious violation of the tax code, anything less ought to be fair game
in how a church goes about its business.
The title of his first album, If You're Standing You're Fair Game
, was inspired by violence in the city centre.
The parents of a second-grade boy objected to his teacher's reciting a children's book about two princes getting married; the teacher said that because same-sex marriage is legal in the state, it was fair game
to be presented.