It might feel as though it is speeding up the healing process but in many ways it is also a rejection and shucking off
of the person that they were before.
Residual values for the XJ 5.0 were always so-so, the car retaining about 24 per cent of its new value after three years, which effectively meant an entry level car was shucking off
almost PS20,000 per year in depreciation.
But I do believe that, in shucking off
moderation and indeed most of its history, the GOP has damaged its long-term electability and effectiveness.
A good portion of his production came after shucking off
would-be tacklers and then lowering the boom on whichever defenders stepped forward at the second level.
Since shucking off
their very early abrasive punk sound in favour of something a bit more radio friendly, they've resolutely failed to hit the commercial heights of bands that are a lot less interesting yet still cite Les Savy Fav as big influences.
As you are winding your long way through that security-line conga dance, opening bags, taking off belts, shucking off
shoes, removing computers from their cases, and generally mooing along with the rest of the herd, answer me this: Why are you doing all this?
who also admonished the industry against shucking off
any of its own responsibilities for the "turbulent marketplace," said "I am sure that we do not want government in the insurance business any more than we want the banks in it." Yet, he said, the challenge is facing insurance carriers, agents, and brokers to unite in the common cause to aid the ailing industry, putting aside individual egos so that the desired results of a healthy industry may be Robert E.
You'll find them in the changing-rooms, shucking off
familiar things, stepping out of marriages and motherhood and down to smalls, the known particulars of pleats and folds until the years have slipped away like underskirts and they are girls and girls not wanting to be thin, or young, or tall, or someone else, but just to have their due.
In shucking off
such baggage, his pieces are, in a very real sense, radically heretical artefacts.
I went to work shucking off
layers of clothes so I could at least get my Super Black Eagle in the general area of my shoulder when I mounted it.
In these Anglican contexts, Hempton says Methodists often acted like "clever parasites," taking from the tradition what they needed while shucking off
other aspects of Anglicanism that were counterproductive.
We didn't believe in shucking off
The end of the Soviet Union left the United States at the pinnacle of power, tempting America to intervene when and where it likes while shucking off
"institutional encumbrances" that the author views positively.
While I was attempting to infiltrate the literary coterie and thus reestablish my East Coast interests, Maia was shucking off
the past, embracing L.A., and trying to grab all it had to offer.
Here's news we're supposed to be happy about: Now that the federal government has shucked off responsibility for th poor to the states, state governments3 are shucking off
responsibility to counties and cities.