The story of opposition turning to revolution and the shifts within that revolution is interesting and well told, though one can easily lose track
of the many political and religious factions.
I begin to lose track
of all this inertia stuff as we slide out of the loop and into a spiral, another loop, and then two spirals turned on their sides....
"Of course, he died in great agony in the Number Six clinic in Moscow." (I began to lose track
of the people who died in great agony in the Number Six clinic in Moscow.)
After a torturous journey, the writer of the serial Noor Ul Huda seemed to lose track
and finished the story with a happy ending, making it more of a sit-com than serious stuff.
PENSIONS expert Ros Altmann says it's certainly a problem that many people lose track
of old pension entitlements, and a widow can find herself left without anything from her late husband's pension unless she is aware of what his entitlement was.
SECURITY Minister James Brokenshire warned yesterday that spooks may lose track
of terror suspects after the Guardian published details of GCHQ operations.
DrinkAware.ie chief Fionnuala Sheehan said: "The excitement of results night can make it easy to lose track
of how much alcohol you've consumed.
Let people do what they want to do, but I do think that a new normal sometimes starts to exist where the cosmetic surgery itself starts to look normal, and we lose track
of what a real face is like," she added.
She said: "How could police lose track
of him in the electronic age?"
Often, our students are not facing us in lessons, and it is easy to lose track
of how much time goes by without eye contact.
Unless you want to end up being one of those who lose track
of their savings and investments, make sure that everyone you deal with has your current address.