The half-dozen who were peering at the chain were still among the wheels, like sheep; the wheels turned so suddenly that they were lucky to save their skins
and bones; they had very little else to save, or they might not have been so fortunate.
Andy Stirling hit the bar and sub Lyndon Dykes had chances as Queens tried to save their skin
Addressing a press conference here, he said some people were trying to save their skin
in the aftermath of the public backlash and strong resentment all over the country, against Altaf's provactive speech.
Fulham have won just twice this year and 20-goal McCormack (above) is out to save their skin
And two of McEvilly's won a vital game for the Dragons at Barnet on Saturday, which may just save their skin
The FBR has got the details of their moveable and immoveable property earlier, whereas on the other hand the actors have started efforts to save their skin
from tax net.
LAHORE, March 06, 2011 (Balochistan Times): The Provincial minister for law Rana Sana Ullah Khan has said that the PML(Q) was sitting on the threshold of President Zardari just to save their skin
from NICL scam but their own parliamentary party in Punjab by supporting the provincial government has decided to make this plot abortive .
Basically, the four existing Super League clubs in the Qualifiers have seven games (and maybe an eighth if they end up in the Million Pound Game) to save their skins
PTI leader said Sharif brothers have stuck in the JIT investigation, adding they have no option to save their skins
COLWYN Bay have three games left to save their skins
in Vanarama Conference North.
It was probably an attempt to save their skins
from the watchful eyes of the Saher cameras.
After going down to second-top MOTHERWELL, the SPL's basement boys are running out of games to save their skins
Mr Dromey said "It appears that the Government has been forced, by widespread opposition in Birmingham and Britain, to give tenants more time to adjust to higher rents, but let's be clear, this is a tactical retreat to save their skins
and their seats, not help tenants.
But they could not find a third to save their skins
and joined fellow 2006 finalists France in bowing out of the tournament.
If they are that desperate to raise money to save their skins
may I suggest they offer Scotland to the French (they always wanted it) and we can be rid of this unelected incompetent occupier of No 10 and all his Scottish cronies, so that England can once more be run properly by the English.