I cannot imagine anyone ever wanting to change places
This change places
Clinical Chemistry in the top 3% of all published journals; the immediacy index is 1.769, placing it in the top 2.5% of all journals.
They will change places
again if the Worksop golfer takes the title on Sunday and a finish in the top five could be good enough depending on where Donald comes.
No doubt the cynics will cry out that we would all change places
with Mr Rooney and the record lotto winner.
3 : to put one thing in the place of another : switch <Our teacher made us change places
Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd star in the hilarious movie which sees a street-smart hustler change places
with a city slicker with hilarious consequences.
And, much more to the point, West realise that their relegation rivals Darlington have two relatively easy matches to come which could well enable them to change places
IFYOU COULD CHANGE PLACES
WITH ANYONE FOR A DAY, WHO WOULD IT BE?
* Have them discuss how they would react if they had to change places
with Anupam for a year.
OVER the past few weeks I've been inundated with letters from bands looking for musicians and musicians looking for bands as players change places
more often than couples as swingers parties.
I wouldn't want to change places
with the Beckhams despite all their money and my modest income.
"Someone from a wealthy family will change places
for 10 days with a girl from a poor background," said director, Merryn Threadgould.
That figure and ground in his paintings often shift and change places
and that the face of the canvas itself can seem so hauntingly fugitive are qualities as significant as any in lending these eroded abstractions their mute force.
Lots of pensioners would love to change places
MARIAH CAREY; Q If you could change places
with anybody for 24 hours, who would it be and why?