They had not gone above two miles when a violent storm of rain overtook them; and, as they happened to be at the same time in sight of an ale-house, Partridge, with much earnest entreaty, prevailed with Jones to enter, and weather the storm
Well, I can weather the storm
-- I, whom, notwithstanding, you tax with fear -- not with bravado, that is not my way; but I am firm.
Strong enough themselves to weather the storm
that was largely their own brewing, they turned loose and plundered the wrecks that floated about them.
and dreadfully unhappy he is) that he couldn't weather the storm
He said: "They put us under a lot of pressure so we had to weather the storm
and, when called upon, Barry Roche was excellent.
It is hoped, however, that some entity of PeaceArch will continue to weather the storm
To explain the current environment and help you weather the storm
CBI research found only a handful of shops that were managing to weather the storm
Playing a man down, the home-and-home, total-goals Major League Soccer first-round playoff series tied, Chivas USA was just trying to weather the storm
As the third quarter of 2003 comes to a conclusion, Long Island's commercial real estate market continues to weather the storm
of an economic slowdown affecting the majority of the country.
It will be important for United to weather the storm
then hopefully that will silence the home crowd and allow us to get on with the job.
If you weather the storm
, you can make it and encourage others.
However, although things slowed down dramatically, good companies always need good heads and the hunters at JCI were able to weather the storm
Even though the dot-com market has fallen off tremendously in the past year, established companies like Classroom Connect have been able to weather the storm
by offering schools standards-based curriculum and professional development products.
In the meantime, administrators will just have to come up with ways to weather the storm