So, getting mixed signals
- jeans with a hijab - makes the declaration of someone's lifestyle being 'liberal' quite meaningless.
Don't get too upset with these folks - the political professionals, especially the Republicans, are getting mixed signals
from their voters.
It is getting mixed signals
from Manila," the Philippine official said, requesting anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
At the moment, we keep getting mixed signals
from the government about its commitment to this sector.
The University of Oregon is getting mixed signals
from authorities charged with enforcing codes of professional conduct.
When trying to get a handle on the economic activity, outlook and trends of the underground construction and rehabilitation industry, I keep getting mixed signals
Some people are moving into safe-haven investments as they are getting mixed signals
from the economy," George Gero, a vice president and precious-metals strategist at RBC Capital Markets in New York, said.
We are getting mixed signals
from community colleges -- if we gave them the $20 million increase we gave them last year -- whether they would hold the tuition and fees,'' he said.
We're getting mixed signals
from Fed officials and that's keeping investors sidelined," said Mark To, Hong Kong-based head of research at Wing Fung Financial Group.
It was an unfortunate event last Sunday in the fact that the referee was getting mixed signals
IC SAYS: We're getting mixed signals
from the Emirates, but they are at least three signings away from winning anything.
I'm trying to be sensible and treat him like a friend, but I keep getting mixed signals
Under the Obama administration, "we have been getting mixed signals
from State, the Pentagon and the CIA," the official said.
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