The girls worked at a long table, and behind them walked a woman with pencil and notebook, keeping count of
the number they finished.
While some suggest that having the automatic tracker will lessen the distraction of keeping count of
a day's manta recitation, thereby allowing greater focus on the meaning and intention of the mantra, others argue that this is just a marketing scheme on the part of a giant tech company to appeal to the religious identity of a very large potential customer base.
This campaign involves running a mile every week to get fit; keeping count of
how many circuits of the course they complete and considering how this helps them to stay healthy.
The Arizona-based team is reportedly high on the team's chemistry this season so that head coach Earl Watson is keeping count of
the player's propensity to commend each other through the popular hand gesture.
Mr Koning said the bouncy castle operator is responsible for keeping count of
the amount of children on it.
JOHN CAREW admits he has no idea when it comes to keeping count of
his FA Cup goals.
CHRIS Powell, from Llanharry, had a problem keeping count of
his fish as he had bite after bite at Seven Oaks Fishery, but he had at least 41 carp to 8lb and another 40-odd roach and bream.
I certainly don't sit at home keeping count of
They keep me busy - but keeping count of
Her experience as a lifeguard at Ystradgynlais Leisure Centre exposed her to the difficulties that swimmers face when keeping count of
laps and a focus on their time.
She also stressed that keeping count of
the stickles in several areas has proven to be very important.
I started keeping count of
how many hours it was taking to restore it but stopped when I reached 3,500.
For the first time in the 23 years the American Society of Newspaper Editors has been keeping count of
ethnic minorities in the profession, it appears that the numbers arc declining.
For those keeping count of
potential fishing moratoriums, two separate proposals to ban sport-fishing and commercial harvesting along no less than 20 percent of the shorelines within Channel Islands National Park will get a closer look in 2000.
Are you keeping count of
Britain''s Olympic gold medals?