The Geneva II peace talks, which generated a huge amount of media coverage this year, have experienced a steady drop off the radar
ever since the last session, when U.N.
"Some of them drop off the radar
and end up taking the wrong path, so it is crucial they are taught these life skills and how to socialise with others." | The J.P.
Experience shows that landlords often trust the tenant to maintain the property in good condition without actively checking and in times of recession property maintenance can also drop off the radar
WHO'S NOT: Somen Tchoyi has been one of several players to drop off the radar
No need to go over the top, just don't let it drop off the radar
One player who is likely to drop off the radar
is Allan McGregor who is expected to sign a new five year deal with Rangers.
"These people are capable of tricking professionals into believing they pose no harm, then they drop off the radar
and can commit offences again.
As a region we must recognise that young people are more likely than average not to be in education, employment or training and we can no longer allow young people to leave school and drop off the radar
Retirement sometimes means clergy drop off the radar
. A generation (sometimes a presbytery?) arises that "knows not Joseph." Leaving the area where they have served, while usually a wise move, means losing friends and a familiar neighbourhood.
"But women drop off the radar
screen once they've delivered.