But that doesn't stop some people dredging up the few, very few, cases of those who have come to grief or allegedly squandered
While all the characters who sang live were very good, praise must go to the impressive vocals of Nikki Mae, who played Jill Squander
Power currently being abused and squandered
by those who should protect us.
Hickey, the archbishop of Washington, may be the only man who could have a Supreme Court majority on its knees before him, and this is not an opportunity to be squandered
KUWAIT, March 23 (KUNA) -- National Assembly Speaker Marzouq Al-Ghanim announced Monday that he has received a grilling motion from MP Rawdan Al Rawdan against Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce and Industry Abdulmohsen Al-Madaj over "wasting small shareholders' rights and facilitating squander
of public funds".
And so we squander
our Godgiven gifts by tinkering with gadgets; we squander
our money on gambling and drink; we turn in on ourselves," Pope Francis said in his Homily.
IT'S insanity for parents to squander
pounds 31million a year kitting out their children for proms.
Kuznetsova's defeat to the 30th seed came close to being overshadowed by an extraordinary match on Philippe Chatrier Court, which saw French golden girl Aravane Rezai squander
and save three match points against Nadia Petrova before tournament officials finally suspended play for the evening with the pair locked at 7-7 in the decider.
Their first-half performance encapsulated that form perfectly as, after allowing their visitors a couple of openings, they proceeded to squander
several chances as they failed to find the target again.
Well it won't affect bankers, politicians and public servants with their gold-plated pensions, but it will affect every low paid worker, in many jobs that take a heavy toll on their health, who will provide the taxes for politicians to squander
as they do.
THE former Bishop of Wakefield has called on voters not to squander
their votes on the BNP in the European Parliamentary elections.
3 : to use wastefully : squander
<She spends a lot of energy worrying.>
However, union representatives of thousands of EPA employees maintain that the change will squander
the agency's money in the long run.
their chances by failing to take full advantage of exemptions, reliefs, credits and overpayment rebates, by incurring fines through missing self-assessment deadlines and by not making inheritance plans.
What we must not do now is to squander
the peace for lack of political direction,' said Mr Ancram.