West Brom may appear like they are starting to become cut adrift
, but the relegation dogfight remains wide open - and that should be considered a positive for Newcastle.
Eddie Howe's men were cut adrift
at the foot of the Football League in 2009 but only a virtually impossible swing in goal difference on the final day would deny the Dorset-born manager from clinching the third promotion of his managerial career with the Cherries.
They are cut adrift
at the bottom of League Two and it would be catastrophic if they were relegated to the Conference.
Redknapp said: "There was a lot of pressure on the game today, when you are stuck at the bottom you know that if you don't win, even a draw, you come away and you are still cut adrift
The cruise ship Lyubov Orlova has been floating around the North Atlantic since 2012, when it was cut adrift
from Canada and left to rot.
With Hearts cut adrift
at the foot of the SPFL, Thistle are slugging it out with Ross County, St Mirren and Kilmarnock to avoid a play-off slot.
Redknapp replaced Mark Hughes at Loftus Road in November with the club already cut adrift
with just four points from their opening 12 games.
And, like Borat and Bruno, Cohen is at the centre of the madness as Admiral General Aladeen, the tyrannical ruler of the African state of Wadiya, now betrayed and cut adrift
in the middle of New York City.
And Pulis believes a host of sides have good cause for concern given none of the teams in the bottom three look like being cut adrift
Burnham said: "We are saying no sport will be cut adrift
DARREN Bent is determined to lift Tottenham off the foot of the Barclays Premier League and fears getting cut adrift
if they do not kickstart their season immediately.
In each, he argues, the echo or mask is broken or cut adrift
so that, for example, Holmes' forensic skill on an English moorside foreshadows the evil of the Final Solution so beloved by Heidegger a half century later.
Asbestos House covers the frantic financial engineering in 2001 during which Hardie cut adrift
its liabilities to sufferers of asbestos-related disease, as well as the public and political disgust that followed, and the extraordinary deal that resulted.
Now it looks like a show cut adrift
without a lifeline, struggling just to stay afloat.
Pure play - of form, color, texture, cut adrift
from everything else - is what matters here, what opens up the art object's possibilities for meaning and otherwise.