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odbP by GRAHAM hiscott business Editor Sir Philip Green was yesterday branded "little better than a crook" who should be stripped of his knighthood.
"Many will be thinking he is little better than a corporate crook."
"But it's coming along a little better than last year--people who are losing on the bids to buy something, decide to rent for a year."
This figure was only a little better than the seven to 12- month failure rate of 11.6pc for six to eight-year- old models and 12.1pcfor cars nine years old or more,according the analysis from the Warranty Direct and Used Car Checks companies.
This figure was only a little better than the seven to 12-month failure rate of 11.6 per cent for six to eight-year-old models and 12.1 per cent for cars nine years old or more, according the analysis from the Warranty Direct and Used Car Checks companies.
Virtually no products of the PFI system have architectural quality, and most are little better than the very crudest publicly funded buildings of the 1960s, the last time when the building industry was unleashed with considerations of quantity far overwhelming those of quality.
The union's Dr Chris Ball said that some clerics are seen as little better than "bonded slaves".
Overall, the summit accords "were a little better than expected," comments Flavin.
Lamberth said that Jenco was treated "little better than a caged animal" by Hezbollah, the Iran-controlled Islamic fundamentalist group.
In his ruling, Judge Royce Lamberth of US District Court said Father Jenco had been "treated little better than a caged animal" during his capacity by a Hizbollah group that had been founded and controlled by the Iranian Ministry of Information and Security.
She paid her staff a little better than the going rate but, more importantly, she made a special effort--through training, mentor relationships, care-planning participation and a career ladder program--to give staff the feeling they were an important part of something, that they and the facility belonged together.
THE FINANCIAL OUTLOOK FOR MEDICARE is a little better than the Clinton administration previously thought.
The down side is that magnets could turn out to be a waste of money, little better than a good luck charm, and some magnetized products can be very expensive.
Worcestershire are faring a little better than expected without star duo Graeme Hick and Tom Moody so far this term, but they should not be favourites to overcome 6-5 Gloucestershire today.