It was that split second
which let me down because up until that point, I was boxing very well.
When Amoco opened its first Split Second
store two years ago, it was betting that the emphasis on ambiance and maximum freshness in full-service deli, salads, soups, pizza and baked goods would help them shed the typical "pit stop" image of convenience retailing and fast food.
Results revealed the estimates correlated highly with the actual aggressive behaviour of the men - even if they only saw the picture for a split second
As for making it a deterrent to stop this happening again, well I would ask one question - from now on, will it stop every one of us taking their eye off the road for a split second
to answer their mobile phone, change the CD or search for a cigarette?
I waited a split second
to see which way (Chaminade goalkeeper Alex Bershon) was going to move and I just ripped it as hard as I could.
He's just a split second
away, and once that has happened he will score a lot.
You have a split second
to make a decision about whether to pick up a fare.
Xavier Veilhan is an inventor of inventions, an artist-engineer who seeks the split second
just after creation, the fragile moment of hesitation when anything is possible.
Pull the trigger on a revolver and the hammer draws back for a split second
before slamming forward.
How does a horse know to jump, lifting all four legs off the ground, in a split second
of light that flashes across the dark water?
E[acute accent]"Everyone has an 'It can't happen to me' mentality, when actually it could happen in a split second
to anyone, regardless of your water skills," Clark said.
was topically set in 2008 when climate change had flooded the streets of London.