HAS summer sun and air conditioning taken its toll
on your skin?
BIRMINGHAM 0 FULHAM 2 Hangeland (5, 49) MANAGER Alex McLeish admits Birmingham's Carling Cup triumph and a catalogue of injuries and suspensions may have taken its toll
as his side prepare for a last-day-of-the-season relegation battle.
Summary: The ongoing global financial crisis has taken its toll
on export industries of Ludhiana as they are facing slump due to fall in demand.
Feeling the effects: Jered Weaver admitted the long season has taken its toll
, but he feels good enough to give his 100 pitches every five days.
Scrap generation remains healthy in many markets, but the drop in export orders has taken its toll
on pricing most heavily on the Pacific Coast.
CELTIC manager Martin O'Neill has admitted the club's recent Champions League campaign has taken its toll
on his players.
Relentless coastal development has also taken its toll
on tide pools.
The financial impact of mega-spending for spectrum followed by seemingly unreal financing arrangements has taken its toll
," says Ray Jodoin, group manager and principal analyst for In-Stat's Wireless Technology & Infrastructure service.
The Songbird Disposable Hearing Aid is targeted to Baby Boomers, whose exposure to loud music, high-pitched manufacturing noises, and other forms of noise pollution has taken its toll
on their hearing.
Monroe, a partner at Irving Levin Associates, commented on the findings, saying, "The turmoil in the stock markets during the past few months has taken its toll
on the health care services merger and acquisition market.
3, 1849, everyone assumed the writer's boozy lifestyle had finally taken its toll
The recent rash of storms descending on the Washington region in the past five days has taken its toll
on both sides of the Potomac, as area homeowners attempt to recover from some of the worst rainfall and flooding in the region in recent years.
Losing) has taken its toll
on everyone, and probably him the most.
The intensity of the Champions League has taken its toll
on the lads.
In particular, the ageing of the passenger car parc, brought about by the change in product mix from passenger cars to commercial vehicles, has taken its toll