THE housing market is in danger of grinding to a halt as the credit crunch slams the brake
on mortgage lending.
7% in second quarter as sales tax rise slams the brakes
An hour later, he exits, pressing the pedal hard, thinking c'mon bubba, let's go up the hill he knows so well now, and the engine groans and pushes and then there they are, so white in the headlights at first he mistakes them for deer as he slams the brakes
, but it's too late, too late, and a thud like a fist to a cheekbone, crunch of glass and the rise and fall but the car won't stop, keeps moving, floating almost, though the tires smoke and screech and finally, silence.
The cameraman slams the brakes
before any cows hit, before reversing away from the pandemonium.
Gulf: Steel demand from the Gulf's construction industry could slump as much as 35 per cent this year, as the global credit crisis slams the brakes
on economic growth in the region, analysts say.
They track a vehicle's speed and other actions, such as acceleration rate and whether a driver slams the brakes
on or makes sharp turns.
TONY BLAIR has been warned he faces a walkout of ordinary rank and file members of the Labour Party in Wales unless he slams the brakes
on the build-up to war against Iraq.
ATP, which slams the brakes
on all trains passing red lights, has been ruled out by successive governments on cost grounds.
The deal slams the brakes
on the two Louisiana casino projects for which the Company has made promises to Louisiana regulators but admits it does not have funding.