A slow-burning tater that's not gun-shy
when it matters, "Dead Man's Burden" reps an impressive first feature from producer-turned-helmer Jared Moshe.
In early April, New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan, president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), said, "We have gotten gun-shy
Tight credit markets and gun-shy
lenders mean appraisers are often pushed to be conservative with their valuations and come in below market.
20am INDIANAPOLIS have regularly let their backers down lately as star quarterback Peyton Manning has turned into an interception machine, but punters should take a leaf out of his book as now is not the time to be gun-shy
, writes Simon Milham.
Supporters say that the gun-shy
should not fear the new law since it requires that gun wranglers refrain from drinking when they bring their weapons into these establishments, that, um, serve drinks.
But banks are also gun-shy
, he said, and that is cutting into profits.
I trained hard but nothing went right for me, I felt a bit gun-shy
But our members continue to report an inability to get credit, even government-backed lending," he said, since many banks are gun-shy
People want to know if I'm gun-shy
now, but I'm going to take control of the centre of the ring and throw bombs from the start.
I've heard some people saying that I am going to be gun-shy
Consumers are clearly feeling gun-shy
when it comes to spending or investing," says Parma.
Duncan explained that the economic slowdown has increased conservatism and made lenders more gun-shy
, which, in turn, will slow the pace of recovery as credit extension slows.
Americans are notoriously gun-shy
when it comes to foreign languages.
I reckon Arthur is gun-shy
now and although he's always talking about a rematch with me deep down I don't think he wants it.