the letters of ABROGATION to get an ending for a sentence that starts "A blank and a blank.
doc file ready for me to rearrange
and format," Parker said.
But the goal is the same: to rearrange
society's wealth, generally from the "haves" to the "have nots.
But the clubs have moved quickly to rearrange
the fixture for Tuesday, January 13 with a 7.
The two rivals were forced to rearrange
their showdown after a fixture clash with the Carling Cup.
Phillip, 38, of Whitestone Road, Whitestone, said: "Originally it was due to be played on a Sunday but we had to rearrange
it because myself and four others are serving soldiers.
The forecast looks better from Wednesday onwards, but with it being the King George meeting, I'm sure they will rearrange
it if they have to," said the Dorking-based handler.
We tried to rearrange
the game against Worthing and were going to play them in Widnes but Worthing refused and said we didn't give them enough notice.
Already, the Bulldogs' calendar needs elasticated edges to rearrange
three postponements and Bulldogs captain Garry Griffiths suggests the sport's authorities will have to consider extending the season if the deluge continues.
Fortunately, Mr Kendall has been able to rearrange
his diary and will fulfil his promise to visit Cumbria.
That's all it takes to rearrange
the atoms in that layer in a way that imprints one bit of digital data--the proverbial 1 or 0.
If a subordinate thinks he or she can rearrange
your job, the boss may fear a loss of control, never a boss-like thing to do.
When the shell is lit, the chemicals react with each other; the bonds between the chemical atoms break and rearrange
themselves to form new substances.
Assuming everything is OK with Newbury, hopefully we will be able to rearrange
the card - there shouldn't be any reason why there can't be a swift turnaround tomorrow.
Most people still worked while they were on holiday and more than one in three have had to cancel or rearrange
a break because of work commitments, a report revealed yesterday.