Going full circle
The life-cycle of aluminium is the title of the new publication where Constellium presents three essentials to make infinite recycling a reality.
Things have a funny way of going full circle
at Worcester City Hall.
Her seven gold medals in Eindhoven have already marked her out as a favourite for next year's IPC World Championships in Montreal and she is also focused on going full circle
from her Gamesmaking experience in London by winning a Paralympic medal of her own in Rio in 2016.
Now there's a sense of things going full circle
as Kate and Adam Henson test their shepherding skills in Scotland.
roosterbraq Going full circle
So the BHA has buckled under pressure.
It seems to me that we are going full circle
because there was a time when we had Medical Officers of Health with their own departments which included public health inspectors, health visitors and domiciliary midwives and the Medical Officer of Health produced an annual report.
Bono is excited because the band played at the old Lansdowne Road, so coming to perform at the new venue is going full circle
Do I see the wheel going full circle
- over the potholes?
I SOMETIMES wonder whether we are going full circle
as far as multi-culturalism is concerned - in fact are we any better than our now much criticised Victorian forebears?
This time around the theme is "Rhythmic Heritage: Going Full Circle
," and true to his word, Baba Chuck is presenting slices of the African Diaspora.
Now the fund is going full circle
as Donna organises a disco night at Fenham Community Centre in Newcastle.
We are doing something which changes supermarket home shopping, going full circle
back up the supply chain.
It is an odd world, though, if we end up going full circle
to the proposition that the taxpayer pays the polluter.
Going full circle
puts advertisers back in control (sort of)
It's more or less my cycle going full circle
so I'm happy.