New Delhi must be careful not to mistake the lull before the storm
The lull before the storm
of leather that will be"Showtime".
Chief executive Renate Samson said: "Whilst the findings of this report appear encouraging, the reduction in spending may be nothing more than a lull before the storm
of more intrusive, biometric or 3D cameras appearing on our streets.
THERE has been little action from the list over the past week but this is the lull before the storm
Although life was normal in Ain al-Hilweh Sunday morning, residents in the teeming camp, located on the outskirts of the southern city of Sidon, feared that the current calm was just a lull before the storm
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Late last week I had reason to drop in on the hotel next door in the lull before the storm
that was to be the Christmas and New Year festive season.
In the lull before the storm
, taking England first to Perth, then Hobart and finally Sydney, Broad has been delighted to experience Australia as a travelling destination again.
This could be the lull before the storm
, because Suarez has form for getting his own way.
But Ingram and Duminy provided the much needed stability to the innings and when Ingram ( 82) was dismissed in the 37th over with the score on 189, not many would have thought that it was only the lull before the storm
Northern Regional Secretary of the TUC Kevin Rowan said: "While welcoming the drop in unemployment in the North East, we fear these figures are not the start of a positive trend but merely the lull before the storm
8220;This is just the lull before the storm
,” she warns.
A DROP in the number of people having their homes repossessed could be just a lull before the storm
It was the lull before the storm
of the Grand National meeting for Paul Nicholls and Ruby Walsh but the pair still bagged a winner after the success of Rangitoto in the first division of the 2m4f novice hurdle.
The mayhem begins gently - a lull before the storm
- with a sequence called The High Five in which unsuspecting members of the team are walloped in the face by a giant spring-loaded hand.
Cynical observers described this calm as lull before the storm