Later, when I've stumbled at last to the bones, someone may find the yellowing papers with their visions of vast red sunsets, the blue lamps of your eyes, arrows drawn with stones; and the tired camels surprised to a gallop towards uncharted water
One scrap handler asks, "Nickel and stainless steel are in some uncharted water
right now; when is it going to make a correction?"
Work had started and stopped due to uncharted water
mains and engineering difficulties.
Atlantic '06 will be uncharted water
in more ways than one because although friends, the two men have never spent such an intense period of time together.
That places a new demand on Brain and the remainder of his coaching staff, who must off-set how much rest his squad needs with getting ready for the next match: "Every club is entering uncharted water
. It will place unique demands on the players," he said.
But you tend not to get hurricanes, 40 foot waves and 60mph winds in the Olympics, so this is uncharted water
for both of them.
Yesterday Penelope Kyle, executive director of the Virginia Lottery, said: "Now we're in uncharted water
'But the basic challenge is that we are in uncharted waters
brought by a government that was so profligate in spending on borrowed money that it has taken the nation to the brink of bankruptcy.
Feel like exploring uncharted waters
? Want to live the life you have imagined?
The resulting campaign platform was Uncharted Waters
. It was one part awareness-builder, one part learning experience and one part activator.
Bligh said, 'The banks have indicated to ASIC that part of their conservatism on this is frankly we are in uncharted waters
. They haven't made loans of this size in these circumstances before.'
Benoit Coeure, who chairs the BIS committee on payments and market infrastructure, said there was more caution with the"uncharted waters
" of a retail CBDC.
But the Cebuano behemoth actually moves to uncharted waters
as he did it in successive fashion.