Romania looked stronger in the dying minutes with Vlad Chiriches coming close
Illingworth further said that had Trueman been alive, he would have been the first to congratulate Anderson on his performance and for coming close
to beating his record
Beith mounted an onslaught on the visitors' goal but Maryhill were dangerous on the break and could have added to their score with Scobie, Michael Tolland and Brian Chiesa all coming close
Ead swimmer David Roberts has targeted gold in his favourite 100m freestyle event today after coming close
to 50m bronze.
Nick Smith, Ascot's head of public relations, said: ``It's another great crowd, just like Ascot last year coming close
to the attendance on Gold Cup day, which reflects the increasing popularity of the Friday.''
The damage to body, soul and spirit is so penetrating and thorough that one cannot imagine even coming close
to a substantial rehabilitation for the vast majority of them.
Meanwhile, Gildemeister says it's coming close
to an announced sales target of 1-billion euros for the current fiscal year.
However, Costco has dropped plans to come to the city after coming close
to finalizing an agreement at the same development.
Earlier, the Israeli military pounded Palestinian headquarters in the West Bank and Gaza, hitting empty buildings in Bethlehem and Gaza and coming close
to Yasser Arafat himself in Ramallah.
Here are a few companies that are coming close
to building truly lifelike humanoid robots:
The Christmas story is about God coming close
enough to be a baby, close enough to be homeless, close enough to be a refugee.
Despite coming close
on a couple, Hicks came away from the fire sale empty handed.
Yet everything else about his pictures might be regarded as inducements to coming close
and closing in - even the glass itself, which, precisely because it's protective, encourages a viewer to peer within the prophylactic frame.
The segments lined up alongside the full molecule, coming close
to each other in an orientation amenable to bonding.
In fact, recent data indicates that heavy year-end closures boosted '95 over $18 billion - coming close
to the $20 billion charted for '94 - because of lower than expected interest rates and a hope that rates will rise this year.