Korane said it is time the government changes tack
and invests in small and medium irrigation projects to improve food production in arid and semi-arid counties.
He changes tack
with the Satie-like piano instrumental "aisatsana " (those titles, eh?!) as if to prove a point, but there's no need, really.
That's assuming of course that neither of them turns out to be her stalker, who this week changes tack
and breaks in to her house to tidy up and do her ironing.
While a number of guides to lobbying focus on theoretical cases, The golden rules of lobbying', co-written by Stephane Desselas and Natacha Clarac, changes tack
with its firmly pragmatic and didactic approach.
RECENT LEGO titles have concentrated on movie tie-in action, so it may be something of a surprise for gamers to see that LEGO Battles changes tack
to focus on real-time strategy.
Then, just as you're getting depressed, he changes tack
and build towards a crashing climax.
But just as you're worrying that he might be intending to describe his entire skiing holiday to us in real time - and struggling to picture him in salopettes and mittens, or with the group of alpha male northern mates he claims to have gone away with - he changes tack
At first, Nicole tries the obvious approach, but when she realises how nice Geoff is, she changes tack
- will she really corrupt him so quickly?
In chapter 4, "Savonarola Against and For Music," the author at first changes tack
. Citing extensively from the friar's sermons, Macey outlines a Savonarolan ethics of music.
GLASSJAW frontman Daryl Palumbo changes tack
for an album bursting with infectious 80s pop melody in rock'n'roll surrounds - and emerges as America's answer to The Wonderstuff.
But then the film changes tack
by giving in to the demands of a ghost story.