DECISION Podge Collins is set to plump for one
Those wanting Audi's renowned Quattro four-wheel drive system will have to plump for one
of the 2.
Why not plump for one
in the middle like the Kia Sorento, with its fantastic seven-year warranty?
Rather than opening with any of their countless top five hits, S Club 7 decided to plump for one
of their stronger album tracks Bring the House Down, ambitious in its title but the perfect song to set the tone for what was to come.
When it comes to bathing your babies (no matter how big or small), plump for one
of these purer potions.
But then again, Skoda isn't really in the business of being exciting, unless you want to plump for one
of its vRS models, which provide a fair measure of excitement at a very affordable price.
Mr Hunt may plump for one
, although he could opt for a hybrid, by scrapping thresholds, continuing to exclude levy on foreign racing, keeping the headline rate at ten per cent and producing an estimated yield of around pounds 70-pounds 75m.
Speed is more likely to plump for one
of James Collins or Ashley Williams as his captain against the Irish.
Kevin Kilbane has dropped to League One, so Trap could finally use this to exc use the veteran and plump for one
of Wolves pair Kevin Foley or Stephen Ward at left back.
Options for you are life affirming, so when you have little choice but to plump for one
strand you can feel trapped.
Coventry's board are about to plump for one
of two rescue deals - from either Ray Ransom's consortium or a bid from former chairman Geoffrey Robinson - which should turn the club round.
If I'd to plump for one
it would probably be Wetherby.
If such a person were to skip the opening cautions, acknowledgements, clarifications, and introduction, they might be lucky enough to plump for one
of chapters 3-12, each of which is an almost stand-alone account of a separate topic.
When Ndlovu prodded a cross from Phil Jagielka just wide in the 59th minute the urgency of Blues' need to plump for one
or the other loomed large.
Magaziner sold Telesis for $6 million in 1988, and has since retired to front other civic projects and plump for one
of his, and now the Clinton administration's, favorite themes: increasing productivity by creating a more highly trained work force.