If one and two is right, then flour just has to go sky-high
In this competitive world, there is no wonder that the expectations of parents go sky-high
Executive producer Michael Narducci revealed at the 2014 Comic-Con panel that the Mikaelson family drama will go sky-high
in "The Originals" Season 2.
The industry feels that the cost of acquiring land for the industrial projects and the realty sector will go sky-high
, which is something not desirable when India is facing an economic slowdown," the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry said in a statement.
It will enable us to store enough salt to see us through the worst winter and we will not have to buy emergency supplies, when prices go sky-high
, as we start to run out.
On April 15 I wrote here that I, as much as anyone, would be delighted to see [prize-money] go sky-high
Set in Berkeley, California, philosophy student Jessamine Bach and her older sister Emily, the CEO of an internet company, are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy with her bookstore job, while Emily is focused, waiting for her company's shares to go sky-high
The siblings are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy enough with her bookstore job, while Emily is practical and focused, waiting for her company''s shares to go sky-high
Set in Berkeley, California, philosophy student Jessamine Bach and older sister Emily, the CEO of an internet start-up, are polar opposites: Jess is a dreamer, happy enough with her bookstore job, while Emily is practical and focused, waiting for her company's shares to go sky-high
And blood pressures could go sky-high
if fans have to endure yet another nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out - such as when Stuart Pearce's missed spot-kick brought heartache for England against the Germans in the 1990 semi-final.
The "Beale appeal" story-line follows revelations that Corrie ratings were set to go sky-high
for the wedding between butcher Ashley Peacock and hairdresser Maxine.
But the famously skinflint rocker, 62, isn't about to let costs go sky-high
- as he has made his kids take a no-frills budget flight to the bash in Italy.
With ten points awarded to the winner of matches and three more for every hole won by, makeups can go sky-high
if a player goes to pieces on the biggest stage of them all.
Colin Callander, editor of Golf Monthly magazine, said: "Depending on whether he hires any consultants, like Jack Nicklaus, to advise on the design, the costs could go sky-high