cross the Great Divide

cross the Great Divide

To die. I'm really scared that mom is going to cross the Great Divide any day now. The doctors are saying that it's only a matter of time.
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We cross the great divide of the issues related to abortion and provide resources, guidance, and connections to life affirming centers in the girl's immediate local area.
It emerged - if sources are to be believed - Colback got cold feet worrying about the hornet's nest he had stirred up by agreeing to cross the great divide and wanted to take the safer exit to West Ham.
McLeish will become the first boss to cross the great divide since Ron Saunders in 1982.
To better understand the views of these two critical groups of leaders, Civic Enterprises and Hart Research surveyed a national cross section of 450 business leaders and 751 post-secondary leaders at community colleges, private sector career colleges, and less selective four-year institutions for their perspectives on the challenges, goals, and work ahead to cross the great divide. This report offers a clear-eyed view of the state of American education, where business and higher education leaders can make a difference, and a roadmap for focusing on what needs to be done to prepare future workers for the demands of tomorrow's economy.
I suppose we felt in a state of siege." However, Ken reveals that it was not impossible to cross the great divide. "Before my time, mixed-marriages would often lead to families not speaking," he says.
RICHARD Dunne is convinced Aston Villa can cross the great divide and break into the top four in the Barclays Premier League this season.
Heinze's advisers have made it clear in talks with Anfield officials that the Argentine wants to become the first player in 43 years to cross the great divide between the two north-west adversaries.
However, there's no chance of O'Connor returning to Scotland to become a Jambo and cross the great divide in Edinburgh.
It was great to see Alex McLeish here as well, as it proved Jimmy helped fans to cross the great divide."
'I must admit I never thought I'd see the day when Ian Austin would cross the great divide into Yorkshire!' he laughs.
In case these are not enough to get risk managers "to cross the great divide" and collaborate with their counterparts in human resources, there are other incentives as well.
Few horses come up through the handicap ranks, like Sugarfoot has done, and then successfully cross the great divide into Pattern company.
Lee, is to cross the Great Divide of economic policy.
Perhaps that has a lot to do with some fans still being unable to accept his decision to cross the great divide was purely a football one.
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