This is the final word
of a ship's ended journey, the closing word of her toil and of her achievement.
Carriage to be at the door at two-thirty,' " said Lady Lundie, repeating the final words
of the memorandum while she wrote them.
The Knitters had the final word
as Brown curled a free-kick past the Worcester keeper with the final kick of the game.
The rate of pronunciation of the final word
of the phrase has no differentiating power, neither between emotions nor between emotional and neutral speech.
This press release was issued on behalf of the Beziers Congres convention bureau by The Final Word
If the court agrees to hear the case, which is scheduled to be filed next week, its decision will be the final word
on the constitutionality of Assembly Bill 1381, which was signed into law in September.
Wood said her group is currently weighting its options and does not consider the Landmarks ruling to be the final word
in the dispute, since the Congregation still has to get community board approval before it proceeds with its building plans.
Yet marking the dead with the cross is a sign of hope, a proclamation that sickness and death no longer have the final word
Paul Konerko had turned the game in the White Sox's favour with a four-run home run in the seventh and although the Astros levelled, Podsednik had the final word
There are several clubs interested, but I have the final word
and that's what counts.
Maybe you thought you'd heard the final word
from Brian McLaren, a pastor and leader in the "emergent church" movement.
He acknowledges that he and other scientists (whose work he refers to liberally) do not have the final word
, but they are following intriguing clues.
State of Minnesota ruling is not the final word
on the law.
We have to be the principal protagonist in resolving our debt problems, but the federal government as our biggest creditor has the final word
," he says.
While Laura Davies made all the headlines here by appearing on the men's tour - but failing to make the cut - it was Londoner Davis who had the final word