An interesting insight into this is that those last four slots have often been decided by relatively razor-thin margins, again acting as an incentive for winning by hook or by crook-a case of pure political selfishness that set aside both the reality of the Senate being a continuing body (12 is not enough to elect a new leadership), and imposed a burden on the electorate and parties to scrounge around
for 12-person slates when eight is the number that has been proven to work.
The government, through the Ministry of Sports and Heritage, will have to scrounge around
their coffers to raise S million for the remaining month and December.
Then it was up to the market hall to see the clock strike, then a scrounge around
Peacocks, then through the arcade to Greys and then up to pets' corner in Lewis's, all without the fear of being mugged.
For food, one has to literally scrounge around
for bananas and coconuts.
Why don't you scrounge around
your pantry or fridge?
Employer: Will the judge give me time to scrounge around
for more money?
He looked like a man who was doing a fiendish grin as he was taking aim with his rifle.) Just after stand-to on the morning of the 26th I decided to have a scrounge around
the trench of the battalion on our right: they were the Highland Light Infantry, a service battalion of one of the new divisions that had just arrived in France.
for holiday gift wrappers, and cards you have in stock before buying any.
We note that there are an abundance of squirrels and pigeons that live near the Court -- no doubt the Justices will enjoy taking their front-loader muskets out there when they scrounge around
Mercifully, you do not have to scrounge around
the malls for the ritzy luxury brands.
One of the most popular restaurants to scrounge around
at the Global Village is the Reem Al Bawadi cafe.
In India, given the deep divide between those who are flaunting their wealth and those who scrounge around
to make a living, it is sociological and at one level psychological.
So we scrounge around
like abused spouses clinging to anything that tells us they're for us, that their critics don't understand.
They didn't give me any food; I had to go scrounge around
in the street to get my own.
"I have had some trouble with my suppliers and have had to scrounge around