Purely by law of averages
we must be getting closer.
He said: "I believe in the law of averages
- St Johnstone proved that against us this season when they finally beat us.
face dangerous situations every day and the law of averages
suggests you will pass on ahead of us,' Mr.
Allardyce added: "The law of averages
says we've stayed up too many times and that we shouldn't have done.
That frightens me a bit because the law of averages
says they're going to win some time.
I said to my dad before the game that I'd probably score because of the law of averages
Given the number of people, the law of averages
dictates someone will walk out - it's happened to me, but I stopped in time.
The law of averages
says we should lay the draw (7-2) in the Shamrock Rovers versus Bray game, with the hosts having drawn six of their seven games so far this campaign.
Even if their new coaching staff, massive squad of players, promotion ambitions and generous backing of financial whizz Steve Lansdown counts for nothing, surely the law of averages
must mean it's time to break that duck.
And even though the law of averages
also favoured them, a reality check clicked in and the Welsh All Blacks stormed to a 22nd consecutive home win over the Wizards.
all this like I'm sure I'm Kirkby I remember only 40 years ago in this country the average person who worked in heavy industry retired at 65 years and the law of averages
was they died at 70 years.
A spokesman for the Student Loans Company, which processes one million loans in a three-week period at the start of term, said: "While this year there were no general problems in terms of loans being late, the law of averages
means there will sometimes be problems with processing all the information.
BY the law of averages
Tipperary should win the All-Ireland Camogie final, scoring 2-11 in the process.
If only by the law of averages
it had to happen eventually: all of a sudden, folk music is trendy.