Their double whammy
surely won't go down too well with those who work and shop in Birmingham.
[USA], Jul 22 ( ANI ): Turns out, rush-hour commuters may be in for a double whammy
of pollution exposure.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) hailed a "double whammy
of good news for cash-conscious customers" after overall shop prices fell by 0.8%, dropping for the eighth consecutive month and at the fastest pace since its survey began in December 2006.
Reuters reported CEO Rupert Soames as saying: "We have got a double whammy
going into next year.
The double whammy
left Cole reeling - and means he will be landed with a PS240,000 club fine - two weeks' wages - as well as missing out on the chance of his 100th England cap against Poland in nine days' time.
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Originally released in 2010, Mojo now includes a bonus live album to tie in with his Isle of Wight Festival slot and Royal Albert Hall gigs, and with a setlist which includes I Won't Back Down, Listen To Her Heart and other fan favourites, highlighted by the double whammy
final of Refugee and American Girl.
THIS is a double whammy
. First, conmen coldcall victims flogging an energy-saving device.
BUS users face a double whammy
of rising fares and cuts to services as council transport budgets are slashed by over pounds 500,000.
Gerry Doherty, general secretary for the Transport Salaried Staffs' Association Union, said: "This is a double whammy
for millions of passengers.
However, there was a double whammy
for Bridgend, who also received a ground improvement notice.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne was given a double whammy
of economic bad news as he put the final touches to his second Budget as Chancellor today.
MY WEEK Punting high A back-to-lay of Rubi Light at Punchestown, getting rid of the pre-race bet at very short odds, while backing Mourad to beat Robbie Hennessy's hurdler when he had 15 lengths to claw back - a double whammy
that worked in my favour for once Punting low Getting caught out by hard-pullers that win.
THE "double whammy
" of Christmas and the credit crunch is expected to make this week one of the "busiest ever" for divorce lawyers.
Like we don't have enough to worry about at this time of year what with the double whammy
of winter bugs and the credit card bills.