are projections of some $500 million a year in state revenue from the casinos.
This kind of polarization might become more pronounced in the months ahead as financial institutions are expected to squeeze lending to firms with shakier
credit standings, according to the research agency.
Though her application is seductive in its exactitude, the work's raison d'etre is on shakier
ground, characterized as it is by underdeveloped ideas and trite faux-literary allusions.
All y'all have to do is live in a city where the flood defences are shakier
than a virgin on prom night.
Our magnificent all-volunteer, all-professional army may be doing a little bit better in recent weeks, but the very idea is looking shakier
than it has since we started it after Vietnam.
Public entities often find themselves on shakier
ground than commercial businesses in age discrimination disputes for several reasons, the most intractable of which are shortcomings in training for supervisory personnel.
What seems most certain right now is that support for the bill, once overwhelming, has a shakier
base than the California terrain during heavy rains.
Some argue that screener is fine within two weeks of balloting but is much shakier
still are Moore's attempts to inject levity into the proceedings.
As the pressure built on the administration and their case got shakier
, there was obviously a lot greater stress, and there was some shouting that was done at us over the telephone," Hoyt says.
BETWEEN THE LINES: Social Security is much shakier
than Washington likes to admit.
Earlier, Stuart Hopkins had taken 3-64 and skipper Mark Lilley 3-72 as Moseley made their way to a commanding 236-6 and C&NW's response could not have had a shakier
start as Ian Bell's younger brother, Keith was also removed by Warren for a duck.
Those denials started to look even shakier
on Saturday, with reports that the senior North Korean official responsible for drug smuggling and counterfeiting, Kil Jae-gyong, has defected to the U.
Protection from employment discrimination just got a little shakier
for people with HIV and other chronic diseases.
In Brazil, which does about US$2 billion in steel trade with the United States annually, support for FTAA talks got shakier