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Barros is considering plenty more projects, and can bring tax money, a strongish currency in the real and Brazilian co-production support to the table.
Adams added: "We will take a strongish side up to Tranmere and continue the work we are doing.
At present we have a strongish national side but it could soon go downhill if more and more clubs just had foreign players and we had no English players among them.
With first use of a strongish breeze down The Avenue's slope, Stourbridge built a 27-3 half-time lead before having to endure Wharfedale's spirited late fightback.
Marcus Kersey-Brown was the only injury victim from the Pontefract game (he strained a leg muscle), while speedy centre Stuart Morton comes back after missing last week, in what, on paper, looks a strongish squad (the actual starting XV has yet to be finalised).
I always look for strongish meat flavors in a Bolognese sauce as well as a lack of irritating chemical tastes that pop up in too many versions of this sauce.
If we add to this a characterization of moderateness or militancy and strength or weakness of the chapels we can say that five centres have reasonably healthy active chapels which are moderate of which only one could be said to be strongish (Edinburgh).
The Force is strong - well, strongish - as the seventh instalment of the much-loved sci-fi space opera touches down on DVD and Blu-ray.
It's a strongish accompaniment to a starter but alongside asparagus, watercress and tomato risotto, it will announce any menu with style and a distinct flourish.
We are only three games away from the final, so I will be picking a strongish side, although it will include all the young lads.