CD-23, which is larger in area than 29 states and stretches from San Antonio to El Paso, is part of a pending trial over Texas' political maps that could lead to new ones being drawn ahead
of the 2018 elections.
It is too early for knives to be drawn ahead
of the parliamentary elections; the economy can't afford that".
BATTLE lines have been drawn ahead
of a public inquiry into plans for hundreds of homes on a Northumberland green belt.
THE comparisons with 2011 were always likely to be drawn ahead
of this game but both teams have evolved significantly since then, particularly Dublin.
Mersey headteachers would not be drawn ahead
of results days on whether they expected their students to be affected.
The report further said that England's win was set up by opener Alex Hales' impressive 94 from 61 balls while David Warner led the chase for Australia with 53 off 42, which ensured that two-match T20 series was drawn ahead
of the five-match one-day battle starting next week.
But as clear battle lines were drawn ahead
of the Comprehensive Spending Review, shadow chancellor Alan Johnson insisted it is the coalition that is taking a "huge gamble with growth and jobs".
The battle-lines have been drawn ahead
of a potential closure and merger of up to 40 schools in West Wales.
By 1700, 'Europe had drawn ahead
of the rest of the world in virtually every kind of mapping'.
Moshe Yaalon, reiterated that he was not worried about Iraq; Israel, he said, had drawn ahead
of Iraq to create a substantial gap in the last 10 years.
Meanwhile, moisture drawn ahead
of the hurricane generated thunderstorms from areas east of San Diego all the way to Las Vegas, forecaster Stuart Seto said.
com/reports/c43898) has announced the addition of Armoured Vehicles Industry in Europe - Battle Lines Drawn Ahead
of Corporate Manoeuvres to their offering.
Wales legend Martyn Williams made the assertion in Mirror Sport yesterday as battle lines were drawn ahead
of next week's Triple Crown showdown.
BATTLE lines are being drawn ahead
of the ballot on setting up a North West regional assembly.
We now have a clearer sense of where the economic battle lines are being drawn ahead
of the general election in May, and we have had several policy announcements which give an indication of what each of the parties' priorities will be should they form the next government.