The present political elite is, with a few notable exceptions, a dead loss
THE new Broadgate revamp is a dead loss
as far as I am concerned, adding to the many other big open empty spaces that have been developed here in Coventry.
It looks as though there are plenty of potatoes, but the tomatoes are a dead loss
The harvesting of trees back then was arduous and risky, and certainly not done recklessly without an objective, leaving a dead loss
We advise retailers to cut back on overheads and carry less stock because that's a dead loss
until you can turn it over into cash and cash is king in retail.
The candidates in the Democrat field are uniformly a little worse than a dead loss
It does well on Betfair but is a dead loss
at spread betting.
Therefore, if a national campaign knows its candidate cannot carry a state, even a state as big as California or New York or Texas, any money spent in that state is a dead loss
However, others clearly thought I was a dead loss
, that I had thrown my life away and was now destined to be a total disaster.
Anyone with a grain of sense would have realised this method of raising revenue for local government was a dead loss
and scrapped it, but against counsel from fellow cabinet members she decided to implement it in England and Wales which caused outrage in large sections of the public.
Docs a dead loss
FAMILY members who launched an appeal to find their missing relative in China are suing a hospital after it emerged he had died three months earlier.
SUNDERLAND have been working hard in pre-season to make sure dead balls are not a dead loss
Simon Pegg and Andy Serkis as Burke & Hare
The last time I can remember such a dead loss
on the transfer front was when Ron Atkinson's sole signing for the summer was John Fashanu after Big Ron preferred to spend all summer commentating for TV on the 1994 World Cup.