"Bell Heads" contend that Internet providers don't pay a fair share of infrastructure development costs; "Net Heads" accuse phone companies of withholding ISDN and xDSL technology that would take the immediate strain off
of the infrastructure.
Take the strain off
your co-workers by making sure you have at your fingertips all the support services, data and other resources you need to work efficiently.
Now, after remodelling his swing to take the strain off
his back, he is seeking a rebirth.
A NEW minor injuries unit will help take the strain off
emergency departments according to its project director.
And Cheryl, right, is said to be taking the strain off
the 55-year-old by keeping morale up at the ITV show.
the stock and place the liquid in a pan and bring to the boil.
If they could employ more people, take some of the strain off
the current staff, then perhaps they wouldn't make errors and have to compensate.
To make the dressing sauce, strain off
half the remaining poaching liquid and reduce by half.
YOU SAID: I would have thought with the number of wind farms currently being built out at sea that this would take the strain off
building them on land Richard Bailey
Volunteers can help with a variety of tasks, from walking a dog to cleaning out a bird cage, to help take the strain off
their unwell owners.
to keep the strain off
of your neck so your stomach is forced to do the work.
Once you're immersed, the water takes the strain off
your body so that your limbs become weightless and stiff joints are relieved of discomfort.
If preferred, strain off
into a fresh glass and garnish with a cinnamon stick.
The National Apprenticeship Service takes the strain off
a business by helping them to find the best person to suit its needs.