USA], Jul 22 ( ANI ): Turns out, rush-hour commuters may be in for a double whammy
of pollution exposure.
Ash cops a double whammy
From Back Page charge which could bring another fine.
So Jason's double whammy
is, as suspected, less of a hex, and more power-packed knockout punch.
40 per week is an insult to pensioners who are facing the double whammy
of mounting food bills and fuel costs - 34p per day will not even buy a pint of milk
The double whammy
of Christmas and the credit crunch will make the first full week of January one of the busiest ever.
Like we don't have enough to worry about at this time of year what with the double whammy
of winter bugs and the credit card bills.
That's "a double whammy
," says Clive Wilkinson, an ecologist at the Reef and Rainforest Research Centre in Townsville, Australia.
Regulars are already pointing out that if the Gatwick Express were to go they would be hit by a double whammy
Sick poultry are a double whammy
for poverty-stricken Africans.
William Spriggs, chairman of the economics department at Howard University and a member of the BLACK ENTERPRISE Board of Economists, says reducing pension benefits is a double whammy
for some workers because a number of unions had previously agreed to wage concessions in favor of greater retirement benefits.
Pollen's double whammy
causes the often quick, intense allergic reaction seen in sensitized patients, explains lead author Istvan Boldogh, a molecular biologist at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.
RELEGATED Cumbernauld were floored by a late double whammy
The double whammy
of lost lives and lost livelihood brings home the fact that poor countries are much more innately vulnerable to the shifting tides of tourism than the rich travelers who partake in it.
Torraville says Central Newfoundland was hit with a double whammy
this year when, for the first time, the insurer insisted that all buildings be appraised for coverage at market value.