Annie is nervous as she prepares for her tribunal, unaware that another problem is going to rear its ugly head
Don''t think so, one feels that independence will rear its ugly head
AFTER the recent postal strike, a more damaging refusal to work is about to rear its ugly head
Police forces across the country were rightly criticised for taking almost no action when postal vote fraud began to rear its ugly head
between 2002 and 2004.
Events over the past week could be the beginning of yet another opportunity for racism to rear its ugly head
Character education might be a good idea, or it might very well be an insidious project that hides a Nihilism that is too afraid or ashamed to rear its ugly head
Toward the end, his frustration began to rear its ugly head
THE issue of euthanasia looks set to rear its ugly head
any day now, following the case of baby Charlotte Ward, whom a judge has decreed doctors must be allowed to let die, and now with the case of the little baby in Alder Hey Hospital.
Seagulls supporters will acknowledge that a relegation battle will soon rear its ugly head
despite their mid-table position.
EBay pirates such as the ubiquitous Sarge, Dicky Discount, and Barfly are all claiming that a for-sale copy exists and will soon rear its ugly head
The book contains little that's new; after all, it's not like the right has thought the left has been correct about communism all these years, nor is it the case that communism is about to rear its ugly head
Chairman Ken Bates also vowed not to let "yob culture rear its ugly head
Few sports allow the question of a conflict of interests to rear its ugly head
on days when clubs are fighting for the money pots of the Heineken Cup.
However, no matter how much a school tries to change its culture, bullying has a tendency to rear its ugly head