"Unfortunately it appears she caught onto
a rock which came away and crushed her," he said, citing accounts from others in the rescue operation.
It's a simple idea that people have caught onto
. They love it, we love it, the planet loves it, everybody loves it, the animals love it.
Heathrow Airport caught onto
the stream of comments, offering some arguably obvious advice: "Good morning Annie, we are very sorry to hear you have lost the ring.
She has caught onto
the Sriracha bandwagon lately, adding the sauce to stir-fries and shrimp dishes.
While responding to a notice moved by PPP members calling attention to the issue of a water shortage in the province, Vawda said he wanted to inform the House that he had caught onto
the alleged theft of water committed by the PML-N government.
He apparently tried to do the same thing with SELF, but was unsuccessful since the staff caught onto
The Cupertino tech giant must have caught onto
the leak and taken down the page.
However some of the supermarkets have now caught onto
this and do indicate whether wines are suitable for vegans.
Somehow my teachers caught onto
my extracurricular activities and, in what remains a grossly anti-entrepreneurial attack on freedom, took my notes with their bruised egos to the headmaster.
We all caught onto
the heartbeat of the organization and what drives them," Tom said.
In fact I'm glad the world's finally caught onto
Jesse soon caught onto
producing electronic music together with lifelong friend Rachid.
In each of their notes, our tasters caught onto
key clues of development.
Companies, too, have caught onto
the name-based bias trap, Itzkowitz said, and many use it to their advantage.
Over the past 25 years, more Arab women have caught onto
the expat-dominated ball sport, playing on different teams within the Bahrain Expatriate Netball League including the rugby club, Dilmun club, British Club and Sri Lankan Club.