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But Krul is desperate to prove there will be no dip in standards, even if Tony Pulis' men try to intimidate him with long throws into the box - with the help of hardman striker Andy Carroll.
But police officials hope that substantial one-year decreases in thefts, vehicle thefts and car break-ins - along with a smaller dip in residential burglaries - had something to do with a more proactive system they began to implement during the latter half of 2009 to combat property crime.
Yes, he had a dip in recent weeks but he is not the only one to do that and it is not a capital crime.
State Farm had a 19.3% share of the private-passenger auto insurance market in 2002, followed by a slide in 2003 to 19.0%, and another dip in 2004 to 18.2%.
His hilarious celebrity lifestyle entertains them no end and, for all the talk of a dip in form, each one of this three goals so far this season has been a contender for goal of the season.
The rise comes in the wake of a sudden dip in last year's maths results which were later analysed and revealed weaknesses in some city schools' teaching of fractions, division and problem solving.
It's not easy for people in North Wales to travel to Cardiff Bay and channels like S4C2 provide an opportunity for people to dip in and out of the Assembly's work.