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Government intervention is badly needed to address the serious security problem of land grabbing in order to make it a thing of the past.
It is possible that garden grabbing may be more strictly regulated in future, as ministers have announced that they will be undertaking a review of the powers available to local planning authorities to resist the practice.
Obviously, some things are beyond the pale of acceptable workplace culture; physical assaults, such as testicle grabbing, would fit that category.
But Odom grabbed his own miss and went to the foul line and Denver's Voshon Lenard ended up grabbing his Achilles tendon on a play that Bryant turned into a dunk.
Always grabbing headlines, always finding our hot buttons.
Salinas called out to his partner Maria Pena that Martinez had a big knife and was grabbing his gun.
Salinas called out to his partner, Maria Pena, that Martinez had a big knife and was grabbing his gun.
In the first quarter, O'Neal attempted just four shots, making one, while grabbing one rebound.
Barnes, after losing his starting job last week, came to the Bruins' rescue Saturday night, scoring 16 points - including a critical basket and three free throws in the final minute - and grabbing a team-leading ten rebounds in a 65-60 victory over UC Irvine before 6,974 at Pauley Pavilion.
The spirit of her granddaughter coming through again loud and clear, grabbing everyone's heart and refusing to let go.