What does your boasted immortality amount to when your life runs foul of
Greg Ogbeifun stated that the maritime security contract signed with the Israeli firm runs foul of
the nations local content policy.
The plot echoes the hit 1992 smash-hit film, with showgirl Deloris Van Cartier having to abandon her thigh-high boots and go into hiding with a group of nuns in a San Francisco convent after she runs foul of
her deranged lover (Leon Gill).
Right from the beginning, when Henry runs foul of
the local trooper as they pull up for petrol, nothing is quite right.
All he wants a quiet life, but he runs foul of
some bad guys.
All he wants is a quiet life, but he runs foul of
some bad guys.
ENGLAND new boy Kevin Davies may be one of football's biggest bogeymen - the striker who strikes fear into rivals and runs foul of
QUEEN LATIFAH works in a beauty salon but runs foul of
camp boss Kevin Bacon.
The upside, of course, is nothing to compare with the abject misery buyers face if Tiger loses it and misses the halfway axe, a distinct possibility, say insiders, if he runs foul of
the long grass.
But he runs foul of
the local heavy - played by former Eldorado star Campbell Morrison - who is Godfather of the pie world.
First, he points out that previous commentators have failed to extend their scepticism from Byron's texts to their author, with the result that Byron's scepticism has been presented as a character trait, a procedure which runs foul of
the sceptical premiss that no interpretation, including biographical interpretation, can lead to knowledge.
Because Alice is a dreamer, a nonconformist, she runs foul of
her sadistic teacher who drags her to the Governor's office for daring to express her individuality through her drawings.