We pride ourselves on the friendships we have got and are a tight group which will help when it comes down to the wire
It should be a contest that comes down to the wire
, but the Bruins' offense might be just a little too good for the Wildcats to keep them out of the Elite Eight.
Anyone who has had their heart, and wallet, broken at the track knows how easily the favorite can lose when it comes down to the wire
If it comes down to the wire
in our final game against Italy, no one will be disappointed with this foray by the Irish into Europe.
We have a tight contest for champion apprentice on our hands and if it comes down to the wire
have prepared for presentations to take place at both Ascot and/or Catterick," said Great British Racing's head of PR Harriet Collins.
And when it comes down to the wire
, and licensing isn't an option, you and your team may have to go to the mats and defend your business' intellectual property.
AN unpredictable Manchester City wouldn't be Birmingham's first choice of opponents as the FA Women's Super League 1 title race comes down to the wire
Lewis said, I kind of liken it to buying a house where you have to get all these pieces together, and it always comes down to the wire
They really can make the difference when it comes down to the wire
When everything comes down to the wire
, strong school spirit has the ability to capsize any game of strength and might.
But it now comes down to the wire
with any two of the three clubs in with a chance of promotion.
What every airmen needs to realize is when it comes down to the wire
, someone has to deploy and it's every airman's responsibility to maintain his or her readiness at all times.
Personally I'd like to have a little more time as it comes down to the wire
Belief is everything when it comes down to the wire
and there are others who seem to understand that better than our man.
As the planning comes down to the wire
, she admitted there's one thing they can't do anything about, except keep their fingers crossed.